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Rising costs of Compensation in Irish Claims – How can we look to tackle this?

We would be delighted if you could join us for our Rising Costs of Compensation in Irish Claims Forum

This Forum is targeted at Insurers and we will discuss the rising costs of Irish Claims, including;

  • Looking at the Regulatory Landscape and the strategic view of the future of claims

  • What we are seeing in Predictive Analytics/Profiling/Intelligence as the rising trends

  • The Insurer's perspective

  • Insurance Ireland's views

  • The Role of the Judiciary with Nicholas Kearns 

Speakers and Topics: Rising Costs of Compensation

Welcome and introduction - Geraldine Stack, Senior Associate, Counter Fraud

Strategic Overview of Claims: Where is the future for Irish Claims - Nigel Teasdale, Partner, President of FOIL

Profiling and Intelligence: What do we see as the rising claims trends in Ireland - Jo Baker, Claims Management Consultant/ Linda Avan, Intelligence Consultant

View from the Client - Speaker, XS Insurance

The view from Insurance Ireland - Michael Horan, Non-Life Insurance Manager, Insurance Ireland

Role of Judges in fight against Fraud - Nicholas Kearns, Former President of the High Court/Chairman of the Personal Injuries Commission

Panel discussion - Chaired by Lorraine Carolan, Partner, National Head of Counter Fraud and including all speakers to include Ellen Cope, DWF Associate, Data Expert

Location 

The Irish Architectural Archive, 45 Merrion Square, Dublin, D02 VY60 View map »

Timings

10:30 Registration and refreshments
10:55 Welcome and introduction
11:00 Forum commences
12:45 Lunch
13:45 Forum resumes
15:00 Panel discussion
15:30 Drinks and networking

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Geraldine Stack

Senior Associate

I advise from a defence and plaintiff perspective on complex disputes in the areas of commercial, contractual, catastrophic claims and fatal injury accidents.

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Contact Geraldine Stack

Tel: +353 1790 9426

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The Irish Architectural Archive

45 Merrion Square Dublin D02 VY60