FRAMINGHAM, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Insurance Recovery Group, Inc. (IRG), a national industry-leading provider of subrogation, Second Injury Fund and recovery services, today announced the appointment of Hans A. Hagen as President and CEO. Hans has worked in the insurance industry for more than 30 years with a record of success in a variety of executive leadership positions.
In his new position, Hagen will spearhead a dedicated team of attorneys, subrogation specialists, and reimbursement specialists in pursuing recoveries through Insurance Recovery Group, Inc. (IRG), Insurance Subrogation Group, LLC (ISG) and its Captive Law Firm, Insurance Recovery Legal Associates (IRLA).
In making the announcement, Chairman David A. Jollin says, “Hans is a strategic thinker with a proven track record of continuous organizational improvement and profitable growth. Under his leadership, IRG will continue to grow, innovate and lead the subrogation and recovery industry.” Jollin cites Hagen’s deep expertise in all the requisite insurance disciplines, as well as a track record of strong leadership and a passion for the industry.
Prior to joining IRG, Hagen had an extensive career at Liberty Mutual. He held numerous executive leadership roles including Vice President of Workers’ Compensation, Vice President of Risk Control, Vice President of Workers’ Compensation and Liability, Vice President of Shared Services, and Senior Vice President of Property, Auto and Liability. In each of these positions Hans led large organizations and worked with all types of customers from large national to mid-market to small commercial. Hans is a graduate of Colby College.
About Insurance Recovery Group
Insurance Recovery Group (www.irgfocus.com) is a national leader in providing enterprise-wide, highly specialized recovery services to the workers’ compensation and subrogation industries. With nearly three decades in subrogation and Second Injury Fund experience, IRG has recouped more than $3 billion for insurers, self-insured companies, third-party administrators and captives throughout the United States.