Roosevelt C. Mosley Jr.
Joseph A. Herbers
Timothy C. Mosler
Derek W. Freihaut
Aaron N. Hillebrandt
Linda K. Brobeck
Robert J. Walling III
Pinnacle did an excellent job, both crafting the report, and presenting the material. We welcome the opportunity to work with them again, and recommend them to others without reservation.
Pinnacle’s consultants have provided both testimony and expert reports in a wide variety of administrative hearings, lawsuits, arbitrations and other proceedings.
Pinnacle has consultants who are experienced as expert witnesses in arbitrations and also ARIAS-certified arbitrators.
Pinnacle strives to construct benchmarks for any analysis, whether ratemaking, loss reserving or some other use, as close as possible to replicating the nature of the underlying data being reviewed.
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.
As property/casualty insurance and financial litigation continues to grow in complexity, it is essential that you have independent, credible and expert actuaries who can explain actuarial matters clearly and effectively.
From routine business support to complex litigation, you need independent actuaries you can trust and understand. Coupled with a solid reputation for credibility, we have extensive experience handling new license applications, complex litigation, class actions, arbitration, administrative hearings and other contractual disputes.
As well, we are seasoned actuarial litigation experts who can support your efforts to make your case as strong as possible through expert testimony where needed. To help you build a better case, we will successfully sort through challenging issues and finer details to identify key arguments, create resolution scenarios and assess financial damage.
Our actuarial litigation support team has extensive experience supporting insurer in-house legal staff for law firms and their clients, as well as presenting testimony before legislative bodies, administrative rate hearings, special panels and federal, state and county courts. We can serve in all US jurisdictions, and our clients include insurers, banks, self-insured companies, captives and state insurance departments.
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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.
Pinnacle was asked to provide a legislative costing analysis and expert testimony regarding proposed legislation that would substantially expand coverage for construction defects in Oregon. Pinnacle’s study and testimony focused not only on the current conditions of the contractors’ liability insurance market compared to other states, but also the historical changes seen when other states made similar changes. Our analysis also focused on the relationship between home warranties and commercial general liability insurance policies and how these risk mitigation techniques differ over time after a home is completed.
Medical Malpractice Damage Caps
A state insurance regulator asked Pinnacle to determine the potential impact of several proposed tort reforms, including a change to non-economic damage caps for medical professional liability claims. Pinnacle worked with medical society to identify the most appropriate claims databases for assessing the potential legislative change. 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 many cases, the specific reform’s effect, for example “I’m Sorry” legislation, was very difficult to isolate. Through this industry analysis, we identified differences well beyond a simple loss limitation to provide a more complete review of potential environmental changes that could be expected in the state.
This comprehensive analysis helped our client identify the effect of various legislative options, which empowered them to be a strong voice in the legislative debate and to influence policymaking in the state.
At Pinnacle, we partner with you to explore whatever path it takes to find the answers you need.
February 13, 2020
Annual RIMS Educational Conference
February 20, 2020
February Apex Discussion Series -
How to Incorporate Simulated Data into Actuarial Research