BSA Claims Solutions Ready for 2022 Hurricane Season After Year of Service Advancements and Growth

— After a busy 2021 Atlantic Basic Hurricane Season that saw BSA Claims Solutions successfully complete thousands of claims in Louisiana and Florida, BSA is poised to continue its growth as one of the largest privately-held Independent Adjusting firms in Florida, said Brian Bradley, President and CEO of the firm.

“With another above-average hurricane season in the forecast for 2022, predicting at least 19 named storms and nine hurricanes — four of which will be Category 3 or higher, BSA is ready to support carriers with seasoned, experienced field, desk adjusters and Fast Track adjusters,” he said.

Now in its 16th year of operations, BSA saw a year of growth in 2021. We have expanded our coverage to Florida, and we will continue to provide services throughout Louisiana through cradle–to-grave and daily claims management. We have a great team in place that is exceeding carrier expectations and believe that will continue during 2022 deployments to manage catastrophic claims this season.”

Because an average season normally has 14 named storms, around seven hurricanes and three major hurricanes, BSA has spent the off-season honing its scalable model and developing CAT plans and training adjusters. Bradley stated that BSA’s flexible approach to expanding services quickly is an excellent match for carriers who require veteran adjusters and knowledgeable people who can provide precise estimates within a short time frame.

BSA’s proven record of delivering continued during the busy 2021 season, Bradley said. BSA’s flexible claims management system was used to help its carrier clients when Louisiana was hit by nearly simultaneous hurricanes. We expanded our services and rosters and improved our outcomes throughout 2021 season,” he said, continuing our proven track record in accuracy, quick claim cycles, outstanding customer service and low percentage of supplementals/re-opened files.

On-site Team Leads and resources for adjusters gives BSA the edge in CAT claim management. Bradley stated that BSA’s proven process of deployment and the on-site support provided by adjuster training, helps adjusters get to affected areas quickly and often results in savings for carriers.

BSA has established a Managed Claim Model process that is surpassing goals. “We have handled approximately 20,000 assignments in the cradle-to-crave MCM model. Bradley stated that cradle to grave services are highly sought-after because of the addition of additional support and nearly-immediate internal review.

BSA has also continued excellence in services it its Litigated Services Unit, which went remote in March of 2020. Our Litigated Specialists are now able to work remotely like pros thanks to the support provided by BSA, including equipment and leadership engagement. This has allowed us to remain at the top. He said that the Litigation Unit’s success and ever-expanding operations provide quick and fair solutions to litigated cases.

BSA is ready for Fast Track deployments to handle Severity 1 and 2 events, Bradley continued. He said that the Fast Track Jacksonville office is still available and would soon train Fast Track adjusters.

BSA, well-regarded among policymakers, colleagues and associations, enjoys beneficial relationships across the industry. BSA, a five-year Platinum sponsor, supported Verisk’s Elevate conference by providing valuable online training for its staff and adjusters with its support. “BSA was proud to sponsor Elevate 2021. He said that our management team returned with more knowledge and contacts, as well as ideas to improve our services. Meanwhile, our adjusters received free Xactimate training by Verisk specialists.

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Company Name: BSA Claims
Contact Person: Kim Porterfield
Phone: (512) 757-0601
Address: 110 E Broward Blvd., Suite 1700
City: Fort Lauderdale
State: FL
Country: United States

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