IAS Claim Services Celebrates 30th Anniversary
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IAS Claim Services Celebrates 30th Anniversary

IAS CLAIM SERVICES CELEBRATES 30th ANNIVERSARY

 

San Antonio, TX, October 28, 2014 – IAS Claim Services is pleased to celebrate their 30th anniversary as a leading national independent insurance claims service provider. The company was founded in 1984 in Richardson, Texas and has since grown in to a multi-million dollar company with nationwide coverage.

In 2006, IAS was acquired by Larry Cochran, who has fulfilled his vision of establishing the company as one of the largest and most respected national, full service independent claims organizations in the United States. In 2009, Cochran moved the IAS Claim Services headquarters to San Antonio, TX, where it continues to reside today.

Throughout its 30 years, IAS Claim Services has consistently led the industry in technology innovation. Earlier this year, the company launched Claimatic™, a first-of-its-kind, patent-pending, automated field dispatch software system for property and casualty claims. The system integrates multiple data sources in real-time identifying the best available resource using loss location, adjuster or inspector qualifications, availability and other criteria to make the fastest, most accurate, field resources assignment.

“Our 30th anniversary is a testament to our dedicated team of employees and adjusters who are committed to providing the best client service and leading technology advancements in the industry,” said IAS Claim Services CEO, Larry Cochran. “We are very proud of this milestone and grateful to our clients and customers for their continued loyalty. We look forward to the next 30 years and continuing to execute our development plans for the future.”

Today, IAS has 19 offices across the U.S. and has expanded services from personal lines homeowners’ property claims in three primary states, to four divisions providing third-party administration, large loss/commercial loss adjusting, daily personal lines and catastrophe claims nationally.

 

About IAS Claim Services:

Headquartered in San Antonio, TX, IAS Claim Services is one of the nation's largest independent insurance adjusting and third-party administration firms focused on property and casualty claims.  The company operates across the US, Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico.  They are also a full service Lloyds syndicate TPA.  IAS Claim Services has been leading the industry in technology and innovation with IAS ClaimCare, ClaimTrain and now Claimatic – the industry’s most comprehensive technology-driven suite of services that facilitate claims, expedite payments, and ensure policyholders receive the best, most professional care available. For more information, visit http://www.iasclaims.com. Visit us on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/IASClaimServices, and on Twitter at www.Twitter.com/IASClaims.

 

source:  The above is from the IAS Press Release

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