Claims Service Representative - Property Coordinator

Costa Mesa, California

 
Claims Service Representative – Property Coordinator

As a Claims Service Representative, you will support our Claims Operation by providing service pursuant to the policy by handling claims of material damage, property and/or liability lines of insurance written by the Interinsurance Exchange in compliance with all regulatory and statutory requirements. The primary functions include investigation, evaluation and negotiation of lower complexity claims in compliance with established company technical and customer service Best Practices.

Responsibilities:

  • Communicate and interact with a variety of individuals including insureds and claimants. Explain benefits, coverages, fault and claims process either verbally or in writing in compliance with regulatory and statutory requirements.

  • Conduct phone and/or field investigations to determine liability and damages.

  • Identify and obtain statements from insureds, claimants and witnesses.

  • Evaluate and determine claim values upon receipt and assessment of property, medical and liability data.

  • Negotiate within settlement authority with insureds and claimants to resolve first and third-party claims.

  • Handle administrative functions, update database production reports, and

  • document and update claim files via company systems, i.e. CACS, HUON, HOC, etc.

  • Verify and interpret/resolve coverage by gathering necessary information to ensure policy applicability. Coordinate with internal and external departments as required.

  • Identify cross-sell opportunities based on members' product needs and service requests.

  • Enhance member relationship by diversifying use of products and services, provide sales leads to insurance, travel and other departments as appropriate.

Education/Skills

  • Four year college degree or equivalent combination of education and experience required.

  • No prior claims experience required.

  • Typically has 6 months to 3 years claims handling experience.

  • Moderate computer literacy required.

  • General understanding of negligence desired.

  • Advanced organization and planning recognition skills required.

  • Advanced oral and written communication skills required.

  • Advanced interpersonal skills required.

Remarkable benefits:
• Health coverage for medical, dental, vision
• 401(K) saving plan with company match AND Pension
• Tuition assistance
• PTO for community volunteer programs
• Wellness program
• Employee discounts

The Automobile Club of Southern California is part of the largest federation of AAA clubs in the nation. We have 14,000 employees in 21 states helping 17 million members. With our national brand recognition, long-standing reputation since 1902, and constantly growing membership, we are seeking career-minded, service-driven professionals to join our team.

“Through dedicated employees we proudly deliver legendary service and beneficial products that provide members peace of mind and value.”

AAA is an Equal Opportunity Employer

The Automobile Club of Southern California will consider for employment all qualified applicants, including those with criminal histories, in a manner consistent with the requirements of applicable federal, state and local laws, including the City of Los Angeles' Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring Ordinance.