Claire Juliana

Claire Juliana

M. Claire Juliana is director of environmental claims in Aon Risk Solutions’ environmental practice, which is responsible for working with Aon offices around the world to assist clients in managing their environmental risk. Juliana is focused on developing best practices for managing complex claims. In addition, she serves as a client advocate to help resolve challenges associated with complex or difficult claims, offers advice on policy wording and monitors and advises clients on emerging insurance, legal and environmental developments.

Juliana has more than 20 years of environmental insurance and law firm experience. Prior to joining Aon, she served as risk management counsel for Zurich Environmental, where she developed standard and manuscript insurance policies and endorsements for customers, conducted contract review and analysis, negotiated customized insurance solutions and collaborated on the development of rating models, guidelines, applications and marketing materials. Before Zurich, Juliana was division counsel for various carriers, including Quanta, Chubb and AIG (now known as Chartis). Juliana began her insurance career at AIG Environmental Claims, first adjusting claims and then managing a group of claims analysts specialized in pollution insurance coverage. She also spent several years in private practice in New Jersey and Colorado.

Juliana received her juris doctorate (with honors) from Seton Hall University School of Law and a bachelor of science in mMarketing (with honors) from the University of Scranton. She is licensed to practice in New Jersey and Colorado.

Recent Articles by Claire Juliana

It’s a Mold, Mold, Mold, Mold World

Mold is an ubiquitous substance whose health hazards present indoor air quality challenges that have been gaining public attention in recent years. As clarity on the health effects of mold – both positive like penicillin and negative such as respiratory implications – has emerged, so too the propensity for claims of bodily injury and property […]

What EPA Is Targeting for Enforcement

Every three years, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) identifies certain national environmental problems where it believes it can make a difference by dedicating direct enforcement resources. Starting on Oct. 1, 2016, and for the next three fiscal years, these “National Enforcement Initiatives” (“NEIs”) include two new ones, an expanded one and four existing initiatives. […]

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