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Old 05-27-2010, 02:19 PM   #46
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right on.. probably enough field work that it makes sense to have you mostly out of home right?
I don't work in the field unfortunately, it's all boring office work. Basically all you need for my job is a phone and a computer. So it makes total sense that they want to move everyone to a home office eventually.
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Old 05-27-2010, 02:19 PM   #47
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If I began to write in this thread about my office, I miss Memorial Day. Other then great pay, never a minute more then 40 hours a week and it is a mile from my house I would have left years ago, my co-workers drive me that crazy.
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Old 05-27-2010, 02:20 PM   #48
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It's not like you weren't the one that hung it man.
I wanted to put this one up but...conflict of interest it seems
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do you use collosius? i dont know if i spelled it right.
Nope, not sure what that is. Some sort of software I'm guessing?
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Old 05-27-2010, 02:25 PM   #50
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Interesting. I've worked for 3 insurance companies and I've never heard of it. In fact I've never used any sort of software for determining settlement values of claims. Sure would be nice to use as a guide though.
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Nope, not sure what that is. Some sort of software I'm guessing?
Matty what kind of ins. adjuster property, health, etc...?
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Matty what kind of ins. adjuster property, health, etc...?
workers comp

I've also done auto and disability
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I've also done auto and disability
I'm guessing its been a few years sense you have done any auto claims because that system is pretty common today.

After thinking about it I'm very surprised that you don't have some type of program as a guide as to what should be paid to doctors and others providing a service. How do you know when a doctor is charging the correct amount when you get a customers bill?
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Well I worked in no-fault, so we didn't do settlements. Never heard of that program being used on the BI side but it's possible it's being used now.
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Well I worked in no-fault, so we didn't do settlements. Never heard of that program being used on the BI side but it's possible it's being used now.
Your not in NJ are you?
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Interesting. I've worked for 3 insurance companies and I've never heard of it. In fact I've never used any sort of software for determining settlement values of claims. Sure would be nice to use as a guide though.
yeah we just got a copy of collusus. pretty damning stuff in there for the way that particular insurance company determines what value to set for a PI auto neg claim. of course now that the secret is out of the bag and attys know what triggers bumps in the settlement offers, they will change their mathematical equation like approach.

kinda like how an automaker determines whether they would save more money by recalling defective vehicles and fixing them vs just letting accidents happen then hope your attorneys can limit the settlements.

geez workers comp is no picnic. so happy i do mostly auto neg with federal suits and rape cases thrown in there.
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Your not in NJ are you?
Nope, NY
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yeah we just got a copy of collusus. pretty damning stuff in there for the way that particular insurance company determines what value to set for a PI auto neg claim. of course now that the secret is out of the bag and attys know what triggers bumps in the settlement offers, they will change their mathematical equation like approach.

kinda like how an automaker determines whether they would save more money by recalling defective vehicles and fixing them vs just letting accidents happen then hope your attorneys can limit the settlements.

geez workers comp is no picnic. so happy i do mostly auto neg with federal suits and rape cases thrown in there.
WC is a nightmare, claims go on forever, the medical providers are corupt, and the attorneys are ambulance chasers. Spitzer pushed through a lot of legislation before he left but the system still needs a lot of work.
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WC is a nightmare, claims go on forever, the medical providers are corupt, and the attorneys are ambulance chasers. Spitzer pushed through a lot of legislation before he left but the system still needs a lot of work.
Does the system in NY require getting pre approvals and the use of codes for ever procedure done on a patient?
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