Property and Casualty
Bickmore actuaries focus on helping private and public entities, both single-entity and group insureds, evaluate and measure the financial risks of their self-insured workers’ compensation, liability, medical malpractice, and property programs. Applying our extensive experience in self-insurance, our actuaries work closely with clients to accurately quantify claim liabilities and determine appropriate funding levels. Our wide-ranging data resources enable us to provide clients with historical trends, cost allocation methodology, comparative benchmarking, and other valuable risk measurement tools. Services include:
  • Reserve analyses of outstanding claim and expense liabilities, including incurred but not reported (IBNR) reserves
  • Funding studies of projected cash flows and ultimate costs, including rates for budgeting purposes
  • Cost allocation studies (by department within entities and by member within risk retention groups)
  • Self-insured group and captive feasibility studies
  • Benchmarking studies (historical trends in programs and comparisons to industry peer groups)
  • Self-insured retention (SIR) studies and evaluations of excess and reinsurance cost proposals
  • Explaining it all in easy-to-understand terms

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