Profiles in Risk – E108: Discussing the Experience Mod and Workers Comp with Scott Knowles, CEO of Modgic

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Insurance is a wide and vast ecosystem. We take things for granted. When I was told there was a tech company handling experience modification factors for workers compensation, my first instinct was to questoin why? I thought this was a government/regulatory function. As with many of my assumptions, I was wrong. In this episode, I spoke with Scott Knowles of Modgic. Modgic allows those dealing within workers compensation to take more control over the experience modification rating, checking for accuracy, and generating key insights for all stakeholders.

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LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scott-knowles-03998a7/
Modgic Homepage: https://www.modgic.com/

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Experience Modification Factor & Rating: https://www.ncci.com/Articles/Documents/UW_ABC_Exp_Rating.pdf
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About Nick Lamparelli

Nick Lamparelli is a 20+ year veteran of the insurance wars. He has a unique vantage point on the insurance industry. From selling home & auto insurance, helping companies with commercial insurance, to being an underwriter with an excess & surplus lines wholesaler to catastrophe modeling Nick has wide experience in the industry. Over past 10 years, Nick has been focused on the insurance analytics of natural catastrophes and big data. Nick serves as our Chief Evangelist.

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