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Bill Lentz

Workers' Comp Claims Technical Specialist, New York

Bill Lentz, CPCU, ARe, WCP, is a Vice President and Gen Re’s Workers’ Compensation Claims Technical Specialist. Bill is based in our New York office and has multi-line claim management responsibilities for Treaty and Facultative claims, providing technical and administrative advice and support through client claim reviews, exposure analysis and large loss oversight.

  • Workers’ Comp Market Shines Again

    By Bill Lentz |Jul 08, 2019|English

    New figures from the National Council on Compensation Insurance revealed that 2018 was another stellar year for the Workers’ Compensation industry. In an eight-year run of improving results, private carriers posted an impressive 83% combined ratio on...

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  • Future-Proofing the Workers’ Comp Sector

    By Bill Lentz |Jul 18, 2018|English

    The Workers’ Compensation industry had another positive year in 2017, posting solid financials and consistent underwriting gains. In fact, the sector has recorded improving results for the last seven years. Key indicators trending favorably include positive...

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  • Why Workers’ Comp Carriers Must Not Rest

    By Bill Lentz |Aug 01, 2017|English

    The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) recently released its annual review of the U.S. workers’ compensation industry. While the numbers suggest that the market is in reasonable shape, according to NCCI president & CEO Bill Donnell, there...

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  • No Rest for the Workers’ Comp Industry

    By Bill Lentz |Aug 30, 2016|English

    Sustained combined ratio improvement, increased premium growth and a further fall in claim frequency - the Workers’ Compensation (WC) industry has been performing well for some years. As delegates heard at the last National Council on Compensation Insurance...

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