Robert J. Walling III
Derek W. Freihaut
Linda K. Brobeck
Timothy C. Mosler
Arthur R. Randolph II
Laura A. Maxwell
One of the most credible and understandable experts I have had on any subject.
Pinnacle has consultants who are experienced as expert witnesses in arbitrations and also ARIAS-certified arbitrators.
Pinnacle provides special interest seminars for
attorneys that include loss reserving, ratemaking and valuation to explain key
issues and best practices.
Pinnacle has experience working with large datasets
and creating models to assess damages and develop scenario outcomes.
Pinnacle’s consultants are experienced in helping
lawyers ask the right questions and understanding the answers in depositions of
other actuarial expert witnesses.
Pinnacle consultants have experience in providing
expert witness testimony in federal, state and county courts, in arbitrations
and before state legislatures.
From routine business support to complex litigation, law firms need independent actuaries they can trust and understand. Armed with a solid reputation for credibility, Pinnacle successfully sifts through the toughest challenges you face to identify key arguments, create resolution scenarios and assess financial damage. We have extensive experience handling new license applications, complex litigation, class actions, arbitration, administrative hearings and other contractual disputes.
Our team of experienced consultants can offer insight into a reasonable range of likely outcomes while providing valuable intelligence that comes from working with similar situations. Our litigation/arbitration expertise includes:
Expected Adverse Deviation as a Measure of Risk Distribution
EAD as a Measure of Risk Distribution - *Sign in required to view*
Authored by Derek W. Freihaut and Robert J. Walling III.
Accounting and Actuarial Services: A Case for Peer Review
Best's Review January 2016 - Issues and Answers
Authored by Derek W. Freihaut.
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Baltimore Territory Issues
In 2006, Pinnacle was retained by a group of several automobile insurance companies representing a significant share of the Maryland automobile insurance market to conduct an independent actuarial analysis of the Abell Foundation report, Actuarial Discrimination: City Residents Pay Up To 198% More For Car Insurance Than County Residents (Abell report). This report discusses many factors which contribute to higher automobile insurance rates in urban areas than rural areas with particular emphasis on Baltimore and attempts to quantify the magnitude of this as noted by the title of his report.
Comparative / Contributory Negligence
In 2009, we were retained by a lawyers’ association to evaluate the historical impact of contributory negligence and comparative negligence tort systems on personal automobile insurance.
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.
At Pinnacle, we partner with you to explore whatever path it takes to find the answers you need.
September 03, 2019
CWC & Risk Conference
September 04, 2019
Connected Car Insurance