Project-Based Risk Management Professional

Having a Risk Management or Loss Control Department as part of your full-time workforce can be cost-prohibitive. However, forward-thinking companies recognize the importance of a fully-developed Enterprise Risk Management program. As the owner of Assertive Risk Management, LLC., I provide you with personal access to my 25 years of Risk Management experience, along with a multitude of professional partnerships and resources. I can be an extension of your organization for a period of time that is agreeable to accomplish your needs.
Don’t wait until it’s too late!

Claims Management Services

Having a claim, no matter the type, can affect a business in many different ways. The financial implications to a company’s bottom line can be crippling if the carrier does not extend coverage in a way that would allow for operations to resume, employees to return to work, protection for your executives from legal action, etc. Assertive Risk Management Solutions would perform as your in-house Claims Manager, acting as your personal liaison to ensure that the most optimal outcome is achieved. If you don’t have the time or resources to deal with big box insurance companies.

Loss Control Implementation

By conducting a thorough review of loss runs, interviews with leadership to gain company objectives, and physical building assessments, a strategic plan is developed to help reduce hazardous exposures to both your employees and business, creating a safer environment. Clients would have access to vetted safety professionals who are qualified to conduct safety-related training such as Lock Out/Tag Out, Forklift driving, Active Shooter, along with many others. Training is critical in any industry.

Insurance Program Assessment

If you are unsure whether you have the proper type of insurance coverage for your home or business, Assertive Risk Management Solutions can review your coverage, policy endorsements, and terms and conditions drafted within your insurance policies. Equally important is the review of your limits of liability, which dictate how much you are entitled to. In the event of a fire, flood or lawsuit, are you certain you have enough coverage to resume your business or rebuild?