The professionals at Haylor, Freyer, & Coon have the skills and drive to mediate between the customer and insurance carrier. We have a proven track record of success and below are many reasons why you should consider our services:
A municipal employer with over 6,000 employees engaged Haylor, Freyer & Coon to secure and monitor a better pharmacy plan. HF&C partnered with a Pharmacy focused healthcare IT company to conduct the review. The Request for Proposal needed to include necessary data for the bid as well as customized terms and questions to meet county’s needs.
A Village government with over 200 enrollees was experiencing large increases in premium, due to severity in claims. They needed a solution in order to achieve budget relief and comply with the State Mandated Tax Cap. Haylor, Freyer & Coon partnered with the Village’s insurance carrier, Excellus BlueCross/BlueShield, to develop a solution.
In 2015, a bowling alley relied heavily on a computer system that was disrupted due to power surge. After several weeks of disruption to the electronic scoring, the bowling alley decided to purchase a new one, because the old one couldn’t be repaired. Problem was the original claim wasn’t resolved with the carrier.
A Haylor, Freyer & Coon, Inc. client suffered hail damage to their roof that went undetected for over 2 months. Once detected, it was reported and the insurance carrier initially attempted to deny coverage due to late reporting. Our Claims Advocacy team stepped in and worked with our carrier partner to accept the claim, investigate, and provide claim settlement.
One day while loading milk from a farmer’s tank, our client – a milk hauler, was shocked by the fact that the tank imploded causing damage to the farmer’s tank and loss of product (milk). The claim was reported to the insurance companies that provided the General Liability, Cargo, and Auto insurance policies. However, deciding which policy covered the claim was a whole other can of worms.
Rust and corrosion had caused a spydercrane to be rendered inoperable. The construction company that had rented this equipment filed an insurance claim because the damage had happened while using the crane. The insurance company came back with a denial because of an exclusion for damage caused by corrosion. They needed to re-evaluate the claim with a reputable source.
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