Distinctive Property & Casualty Services
Our primary focus at Risk & Insurance Services Consulting, LLC (RISC) is fee-only consulting and litigation support services litigation support services related to risk management and property and casualty (P&C) insurance. We do not sell insurance and have no contracts with insurance companies, agencies or others that would result in conflicts of interest. And, since we have a fiduciary duty to our clients, we act solely in their best interests…something that typical insurance agents cannot say. We have spent nearly two decades helping large businesses and wealthy individuals save money, plug gaps and improve their insurance and risk management programs.
Our consulting services include areas such as:
- Analysis of insurance programs to identify gaps
- Insurance program design
- Negotiation of insurance coverages and pricing
- Development of unique templates to obtain competitive insurance bids
- And several others
Key outcomes sought during each project include coverage improvements and money savings.
Seminars and Education Workshops are provided that offer informative and engaging educational courses related to our core areas of expertise. Discover for yourself why we have received accolades for presentations to large and small groups alike.
The single advantage that all of these offerings share in common is the desire to improve P&C insurance situations. Whether by educating our clients via seminars and book offerings, exposing existing coverage gaps through the RISC ANALYZER program and providing consulting services, to assisting attorneys to better understand insurance related case materials, we intend to leave a footprint that has a lasting, positive impact on all who use our services. Page through our site to get acquainted with what RISC can do for you.
Our Mission Statement
To provide our clients with expert, unbiased consultation in the areas of risk management and insurance. Our focus is to protect our clients from financial harm by identifying, analyzing, and controlling risk at the lowest possible cost.
First Approved in 2006