Alternative Service Concepts' President, Glenn Backus to Co-Present Session at National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference & Expo
Workers' Compensation TPA to co-present “Takeaways From Alsco Inc.’s Strategy for Workers’ Compensation Litigation.” This topic will take place at the 25th Annual National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference & Expo in New Orleans, November 30 - December 2.
Litigated claims with no strategy to settle and close can significantly compound claims expenses. Alsco Inc., a worldwide linen, and uniform services provider has adopted a process to rein in litigation costs. Suzanne Ormond will walk conference attendees through the measures Alsco implemented to consolidate an unwieldy California WC program. She will explain the obstacles faced, and outcomes achieved by working closely with her TPA and Attorney Firm to prioritize litigated claims, develop specific closure strategies, and aggressively settle and close claims.
Attendees will take away how opportunities for case settlements and closures are appraised, differentiate and elevate the performance of TPAs and law firms, relate the role of data analytics and continuous improvement in litigation management, and recognize how law firms structure file assignments.
For more information about this conference, please visit http://www.wcconference.com
Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, Alternative Service Concepts, LLC (“ASC”) is an integrity-based company delivering workers’ compensation and P&C claims management expertise and customized solutions to its partners. With offices located strategically throughout the nation, ASC and its predecessors have provided workers’ compensation and property/casualty claims management services for over 30 years. Since its inception, ASC has built a reputation for loyalty, integrity, flexibility, and expertise consistently exceeding customer expectations which is why Alternative Service Concepts has been named a Best Places to Work in Insurance by Business Insurance three consecutive years.