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Christina Negley is a consulting
actuary with Pinnacle Actuarial Resources in the Bloomington, Illinois,
office. She holds a master’s degree in mathematics from Illinois State
University and a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from Cedarville University
in Cedarville, Ohio. She began work in the property/casualty insurance
industry in 2014.
Christina has experience in
assignments involving loss reserving, funding studies, loss cost projections and
captive feasibility studies. She has provided support for loss reserve
analyses for commercial insurers and self-insured groups (including
governmental entities) in general liability, workers’ compensation, auto liability,
auto physical damage and medical professional liability coverage. She has also
participated in research and analyses involving medical professional liability
programs and predictive modeling for personal lines insurance.
August APEX Webinar
Authored by Christina L. Negley and Gaétan R. Veilleux.
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Authored by Kendra Letang and Christina L. Negley.
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Pinnacle was retained to develop a long haul trucking pricing model for risks with more than 100 powered units. Using publicly available information, a model that incorporated elements of both exposure and experience rating was developed that incorporated differences in geographic location, cargo and trailer type, radius of operations, driver characteristics, prior claims experience, prior insurer, self insured retention, driver characteristics and several other elements. The program was implemented and has become an essential part of a very successful program.
Rate Indications / Filings
A regional carrier came to Pinnacle wanting to implement an insurance score program along with rate indications for home, auto and farm. Pinnacle developed rate indications for each line, and developed an underwriting scorecard rating approach using insurance score as a critical component. The combination of implementing appropriate rates and the new rating plan enabled this company to turn their business around, become profitable and rebuild their surplus position.
Pinnacle was retained by a major national political organization to investigate the impact of several workers compensation reforms including: implementation of mandatory managed care, privatization of state workers compensation insurance funds and the permitting of private insurers to enter previously monopolistic workers compensation states. Our analysis looked at state-level differences in rate levels, insurer experience, coverage competition, the mix of medical and indemnity claims and numerous other metrics. The study was extremely well received and ultimately presented to more than half of the nation’s governors.
At Pinnacle, we partner with you to explore whatever path it takes to find the answers you need.
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An Update to Pinnacle’s Risk Retention Group Benchmarking Study