• Specialist - Subrogation - Senior

    Job Locations US-NJ-Mount Laurel
    ID
    2018-21175
    Category
    Client Relations
    Division
    ARI
  • Job Posting - External

    ARI, part of the Holman Automotive Group and headquartered in Mt. Laurel, N.J., is a billion-dollar global vehicle fleet leasing and management company that prides itself on providing exceptional service. A recognized leader in the industry and the largest fleet management company in North America. Ranked #24 on FORTUNE magazine’s 100 “Best Places to Work” and #17 on Computerworld’s Best Places to Work in IT. ARI has more than 65 years of experience offering its employees a place where their careers and personal development can thrive.

     

    ARI is has an opening for a Senior Subrogation Specialist.

     

    Principal Purpose of Position:

    • Coordinate all aspects of Subrogation cases, including evidence gathering, reviewing accident & police reports, negotiating settlements and filing arbitration when necessary.
    • Work with our clients providing subrogation status updates.
    • Work with insurance agents to negotiate settlements.
    • Send new subrogation demands to insurance companies and/or uninsured third parties.
    • File for arbitration on disputed claims.
    • Process checks received on existing claims.
    • Order police reports and send in accident reports to insurance companies.
    • Perform all other related duties and special projects as assigned.

    Position Requirements:

     

    The Institutes designation in Claims or General Insurance a plus

     

    Relevant Work Experience:

    • Insurance industry, collections work or equivalent experience preferred.

    • Must have complete knowledge of fair claims practices.
    • Must be able to determine negligence and understand all state and local negligence laws.
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel applications.

     

     

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