Elizabeth Bart is an actuary in the Chicago office of Milliman. She joined the firm in 2007. Prior to joining Milliman, Bart had four years of experience with a large international insurance company.
Her area of expertise is property and casualty insurance, including loss reserving and ratemaking. She has extensive experience in commercial lines, including workers’ compensation, professional liability, general liability and auto liability. Her clients include Fortune 500 corporations, healthcare institutions, privately held companies, commercial insurers and risk retention groups.
When things go wrong with a wedding, they can go really wrong: In Florida, a drunk bridesmaid nearly ran over the best man. Hurricane Matthew forced a Texas couple to cancel their destination wedding in the Bahamas last year. A Buffalo, NY, couple had 30 cards stolen at their wedding reception. Those cards contained cash […]
Predictive analytics is widely used in the insurance industry. Is it time for self-insureds to reap the benefits of predictive analytics and realize significant bottom-line improvements as well? Self-insureds can use predictive analytics for employee cost benchmarking, early identification of late-developing claims, and budget and allocation decision-making tools. Currently, the key area of focus for […]
Large deductible and self-insured workers' compensation programs often face year-over-year increases in their unpaid claim liabilities, even though they are not suffering from adverse claim development, unexpected large losses, or materially changing their risk profile. Why does this keep happening? The increase is the natural result of several external factors, with the biggest drivers being […]