February 21st 2023
Nashville, TN – Davies, the leading specialist professional services and technology business, serving insurance and highly regulated markets, will be showcasing its prominent field and inside property claim solutions at the Property & Liability Resource Bureau (PLRB) Claims Conference and Insurance Services Expo March 19-22, 2023 in Orlando, Florida where this year’s theme is “Your Claims Story.”
Davies will be exhibiting at Booth # 327 and the Property & Claims team will showcase the Company’s daily and catastrophe claims handling for residential, and commercial property markets across all 50 states; personal, commercial, and liability claims for domestic insurance carriers and the Lloyd’s of London market; and its full claims department that can outsource on a national level with licensure as required by states as a business entity and a TPA.
The world is changing, and consumer demands are accelerating the pace of change across the insurance value chain. New market entrants are disrupting traditional operating models with digital transformation, pushing the wider insurance market to rapidly adopt new ways of working that are modernized, flexible, and customer centric.
The insurance agency of the future will leverage fewer, stronger, and more stable partnerships to function efficiently and with agility while still offering consistency and customizability. With this in mind, Davies continues to invest in innovation, technology, and new solutions, expanding the breadth and depth of its services so it can be more valuable for its clients while shaping strong and long-term relationships across the entire insurance value chain.
Walt Leddy, CEO of U.S. Property Claims, Davies commented: “Davies in the U.S. is excited to share its story with the PLRB community. We continue to grow and evolve as a business and look forward to meeting up with new connections, friends, and colleagues to highlight our services and solutions and build on new and existing relationships.”
The PLRB’s purpose is to offer its members those products and services more efficiently or economically than they can generate for themselves, including to encourage productivity and efficiency in, the property and liability loss and claim adjustment processes of members and the industry as a whole; disseminate information on property and liability issues among members and within the insurance industry; and promote education and new and beneficial developments within the property and casualty insurance industry.