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LeRoy Boison

LeRoy Boison is a Consulting Actuary with LeRoy A. Boison, Jr., LLC, and has over 40 years of experience in insurance pricing for property/casualty insurance. His areas of focus include predictive analytics, product management, personal lines usage based insurance, expert witness testimony, data management and business intelligence, among others. Mr. Boison was a Principal with Pinnacle and retired from the firm in 2013. He continues his association with Pinnacle, working as an Independent Contractor.

Mr. Boison is a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society and a Member of the American Academy of Actuaries. Mr. Boison is the current Chair of the American Academy of Actuaries (AAA) Automobile Committee. He is the past Vice President – International of the Executive Council of the Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS). He is also the past Chair of the Actuarial Standards Board Casualty Committee, the CAS Ratemaking Committee and the Board of Directors of the Actuarial Education and Research Fund. Mr. Boison is certified by ARIAS (AIDA Reinsurance and Insurance Arbitration Society) as one of some 400+ certified reinsurance arbitrators in the U.S. Prior to joining Pinnacle, Mr. Boison was Senior Vice President at Insurance Services Office, Inc. (ISO), in charge of Actuarial Operations and also the International area.

Publications and Media

Impact Analysis of Florida HB 119
Actuarial Analysis Conducted by Pinnacle Actuarial Resources, Inc.
Authored by LeRoy Boison and Steven G. Lehmann.

February 2012 Apex Discussion Series
Personal Injury Protection Trends
Authored by LeRoy Boison.

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Case Studies

Competitive Analysis - Personal Lines

Competitive Analysis - Personal Lines

A strong commercial lines company wanted to expand their personal lines writings in the Midwest. They wanted to have a competitive analysis system to track their competitors’ rates and review along with their latest rate change indications. Pinnacle developed a competitive analysis engine showing their competitive position including color-coded maps for a market basket of representative risks.

Florida Automobile No-Fault Impact Analyses

Florida Automobile No-Fault Impact Analyses

In 2006 and 2007, Pinnacle was retained by Floridians for Lower Insurance Costs (FLIC) to conduct independent actuarial studies to determine the cost implications on the Florida Health Care system from various changes to the Florida No Fault Law.

First in 2006 we conducted an independent actuarial study to determine the cost implications of repealing Florida’s current no-fault law. Pinnacle also priced first party medical payments benefits of $2,500, $5,000 and $10,000 as replacements for current personal injury protection (PIP) benefits.

Then in 2007, Pinnacle determined the impact that would result from the sunset of Florida’s current no fault law. Pinnacle also determined what current PIP insurance costs will be absorbed by other insurance programs compared to costs that will go unreimbursed since the current PIP coverage will be eliminated at the time that no fault is sunset. Pinnacle testified before the Florida House Committee Working Group on Insurance in support of the analysis. The Florida No Fault Law was sunset only to be reenacted immediately thereafter.

Management Consulting

Management Consulting

Pinnacle was approached by a major regional, predominantly commercial lines insurer to perform a holistic review of the insurer’s overall operations with an emphasis on determining the company’s personal lines strategy. The review included an historic analysis of industry profitability by line of insurance including various risk diversification scenarios. In addition, we performed a review of the company’s organizational structure with particular focus on the company’s marketing and distribution systems. Pinnacle’s recommendations provided a roadmap which would allow the company to grow more profitably, improve retentions, operate more efficiently and assure that the right personnel were in the right places within the organization.

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