Tim Woods Joins CLM Advisors

On January 30th, 2017, posted in: News by

For Immediate Release — Jan 30, 2017

Tim Woods Joins CLM Advisors

Deerfield, Ill — CLM Advisors is pleased to announce that Tim Woods has joined CLM Advisors. Tim brings to CLM Advisors’ clients more than 30 years of claims and litigation management experience.  Prior to joining CLM Advisors, Tim served as Chief Claims Officer for two national insurance companies, Century Surety Insurance Company and Berkley Regional Specialty Insurance Company.

In addition to his claims leadership roles, Tim has more than 15 years of experience in the management of surplus lines claims, at both the primary and reinsurance levels. Through his file audits and consulting, Tim helps claims organizations assess, improve, and monitor litigation management strategies, complex claims resolution practices and claims quality assurance practices. He also attends trials, mediations and arbitrations on behalf of organizations who value his extensive experience and negotiation skills.

Tim holds a Chartered Property and Casualty (CPCU) designation and is also a licensed attorney. He is a graduate of Miami University, Oxford, Ohio and the University of Denver School Of Law.

Inquiries about Tim’s practice and services can be directed to Tim directly at tim.woods@clmadvisors.org or to info@clmadvisors.org.

About CLM Advisors
CLM Advisors is the consulting and advisory arm of the Claims and Litigation Management (CLM) Alliance, an organization of more than 30,000 members and fellows focused on promoting and furthering the highest standards of claims and litigation management. CLM Advisors works with claim and legal executives, law firms, and vendors to improve their businesses. The organization provides its services in three primary areas:  advisory and consulting, market intelligence, and talent acquisition. More information about CLM Advisors can be found at www.clmadvisors.org.

#Contact: Taylor Smith | President, CLM Advisors | 224.212.0134 | taylor.smith@clmadvisors.org

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