IAS Claim Services Opens Midwest Regional Office, Hires Leader
"Steve is an experienced commercial lines, casualty and catastrophic adjuster who will lead our growing operation there. While the claims industry is unpredictable, the demand for top-quality, independent claim adjusting services continues to expand, and Steve will play a key role in helping us meet this growing demand."
"Steve is joining IAS in response to growing demand by our clients for a strong leadership presence in the Midwest region," IAS Claim Services President Paul Kottler said. "Steve is an experienced commercial lines, casualty and catastrophic adjuster who will lead our growing operation there. While the claims industry is unpredictable, the demand for top-quality, independent claim adjusting services continues to expand, and Steve will play a key role in helping us meet this growing demand."
Bowers brings 25 years of adjusting experience to IAS with specialized training in major loss property claims, catastrophe, casualty, and personal lines claims.
Bowers joins the IAS Claim Services team that for more than 25 years has provided a comprehensive range of innovative claim and third-party administrative services. From catastrophic, property, casualty, liability, and transportation claim capabilities, IAS is fully capable to provide clients across the country with superior service from one of the largest claim adjusting workforces in the U.S. Its customers include many of the nation's largest, most respected insurance carriers, as well as a growing list of regional, local and rural insurance companies. IAS helps insurance firms streamline the claims adjusting process, while ensuring consistent service quality, improving policyholder satisfaction and exceeding their expectations for caring, professional service.
Visit our website: http://www.iasclaims.com
Established in 1984, IAS Claim Services is one of the nation's largest independent adjusting and insurance services firms. Headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, IAS has offices in Oklahoma, Louisiana, Texas, Virginia and Michigan. In addition, IAS' wholly-owned subsidiary, CatCrew®, can deploy hundreds of personal and commercial lines adjusters to any or multiple catastrophic events in the U.S. within 24 hours. The consolidated resources of IAS make it among the few claim organizations in the U.S. capable of managing highly complex, large volume claim services for multiple insurance carriers. For more information, visit www.iasclaims.com.
for IAS Claim Services
Anne Hatfield, 210-826-8899 (office)
Founded in 1984, IAS Claim has become one of the leading independent insurance adjusting firms in the United States. Many of the largest and most respected insurance carriers choose us, as do America’s most trusted providers of small town and rural insurers, because they know that they can trust us with their policyholders.
IAS Claim Services
Anne Hatfield, 210-826-8899 (office)
1755 N Collins Blvd.
Richardson, TX 75080
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