ST.LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Safety National Casualty Corporation announced the following management changes and realignment of responsibilities within the company’s claims department.
Carl Reynolds, Senior Vice President – Claims, has retired after a successful thirty-year career with Safety National where, as department head, he was responsible for operational management of the entire claims department.
Mitch Neuhaus, Vice President – Claims, has been appointed to replace Carl Reynolds as the claims department head where he will have ultimate responsibility over all claims operations.
Tim Stanger will assume the role of Vice President – Partner Relations where he will manage strategic partnership directives focused on expanding business relationships with third-party administrators and brokers. He will also lead quality assurance, account management and data analytics efforts for the claims department.
Michael Harris, Vice President – Claims, will assume oversight of the excess workers’ compensation claims units.
Bob Fusinatto will assume the role of Vice President – Treaty Reinsurance Claims where he will oversee the newly-restructured dedicated reinsurance claims unit.
Mark Bennett has joined the company as Vice President – Large Casualty Claims where he will be responsible for the oversight of claims involving large deductible and guaranteed cost workers’ compensation, commercial auto, general liability and non-subscription in Texas.
“This reorganization of our claims department is a direct result of Safety National’s dedication to maintaining superior service standards as we continue to grow,” said Steve Luebbert, Chief Operating Officer at Safety National. “Our newly-appointed management team has tremendous expertise in their areas of focus, providing the foundation to produce the best possible results for our clients.”
Safety National’s claims department operates out of the company’s corporate headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri.
Safety National is a leading provider of alternative risk funding products such as excess workers’ compensation, deductible casualty, loss portfolio transfers and reinsurance. Safety National is a member of the Tokio Marine Group and is rated “A+” (Superior), FSC XIII by A.M. Best. Learn more at www.safetynational.com.