• Claims Supervisor

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  • Overview

    Key Risk, a member of Berkley Insurance Company, is a leading provider of workers compensation insurance products and services for employers throughout the eastern United States. With a sole focus on workers compensation, Key Risk works with Key Alliance agents, insurance clients, self-insured employers, and the injured workers they support to create solutions specific to their needs. Enriching each client's risk management strategies, Key Risk creates and executes comprehensive solutions proven to protect people, support business, and exceed expectations.


    Committed to delivering better outcomes and industry leading service, Key Risk operates from headquarters in Greensboro, NC and through regional offices and territory-dedicated staff in the states of Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia. This regional approach provides agents and clients with the benefit of working with experts who have first-hand knowledge of the local workers compensation market.


    Key Risk is committed to fostering a professional work environment for all its employees. Through an ongoing commitment to innovation, continuous improvement and education, Key Risk attracts and retains associates with a unique blend of workers compensation expertise and a passion for excellence. We are proud to have been recognized among Business Insurance's Best Places to Work in 2009, 2011, 2015 and most recently in 2017.


    The Claims Supervisor is primarily responsible for the administrative and technical areas of their team’s work.  They are responsible for the technical handling of workers’ compensation claims and account management of their unit, interfacing with underwriting, risk management, case management and clients as appropriate in controlling costs and loss ratios, and providing leadership of day to day activity of assigned claims team.


    • Bachelor’s degree with concentration in law, public administration, business, or insurance OR equivalent work experience.
    • Two (2) years’ supervisory experience with heavy emphasis on workers compensation.
    • Five (5) years’ experience adjusting workers compensation claims.
    • Possess and maintain a professional adjusting license in jurisdictions assigned.


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