Carpenters Joins MGAA

Carpenters Group, the legal firm providing third-party claims services to insurers, brokers and MGAs, has joined the Managing General Agents’ Association (MGAA) as a Supplier Member.

The partnership will ensure that members of the MGAA have access to Carpenters’ unique and best-in-class fully outsourced claims services.  Encompassing FNOL claims handling, to TPA services through to a comprehensive Defendant litigation capability to trial, services which Carpenters Group have successfully operated for over a decade.

As MGAs get to grips with the new demands placed upon them by the implementation of the Civil Liability Act, it is more important than ever to have the right team and expertise in place to provide guidance and support. Carpenters Group’s ability to provide fully outsourced claims services means that MGAs can be confident in their claims functions. Additionally, Carpenters Group’s Defendant legal teams are there to support MGAs when they are contesting claims involving their policyholders through to trial.

Carpenters Group will also be providing MGAA members with emergent analysis and thought leadership through their experience of being one of the UK’s leading providers of legal services.

Faye Fishlock, Head of Defendant Insurance Services at Carpenters Group said:

“The MGA market is becoming increasingly important to the industry and we see this only growing further. We already provide our fully outsourced claims services to a number of MGAs and we’re excited to be working with the MGAA to share our expertise in this space.”

Mike Keating, CEO of the MGAA said:

“I’m delighted to welcome Carpenters Group to the MGAA. Their expertise and insight will be extremely valuable to our growing MGA membership and we look forward to working with them”

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