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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.

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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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Colorado Automobile No-Fault Impact Analyses

Colorado Automobile No-Fault Impact Analyses

Pinnacle Actuarial Resources prepared an independent actuarial analysis on behalf of the Colorado Auto Insurance Working Group to determine the cost implications of changes to the Colorado no-fault law. One of the scenarios analyzed was the complete repeal of the no-fault law, replacing it with medical payments coverage.

The analysis employed data from a recent study by the Insurance Research Council (IRC) to assess the impact of a $2,500 economic loss threshold relative to BI losses. Loss and trend information from the Fast-Track monitoring system was reviewed to estimate the impact of implementing no-fault systems from other jurisdictions. Moreover, the Fast Track data was evaluated to assess the impact on costs of other jurisdictions that had previously repealed their no-fault systems.

Lastly, the indicated cost estimates for the state of Colorado were compared to those of tort states in order to assess the reasonableness of the study’s outcomes. The results from this study were used to support rate filings of several of our clients in support of the reforms.

Legislative / Regulatory Impacts

Legislative / Regulatory Impacts

A state medical society asked Pinnacle to evaluate the impact of a change in the state’s damage caps for non-economic damages for medical professional liability. Pinnacle worked with the medical society to identify the most appropriate claims databases to assess the legislation’s potential impact. Our detailed analysis not only considered data from that state, but several others to stress test the results and provide a range of reasonable outcomes. In addition, we performed a thorough analysis of how the state compared to other states in terms of the availability and affordability of medical professional liability insurance coverage, insurer operating results for the line, and access to healthcare in the states. Through this industry analysis, we identified differences well beyond a simple loss limitation and provide a more complete review of potential environmental changes that could be expected in the state.

Low Cost Auto

Low Cost Auto

Pinnacle was retained by an industry trade organization to provide an independent review of the proposed costing of a new private passenger auto insurance program for low income insureds. The project included working in an open session with legislators and public members to arrive at a workable rate and classification plan for the new program.

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