Delegated authority

Sedgwick’s delegated authority team manages binder and claims programs, serving as your organization’s claims department on any property or casualty account you can imagine.

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What we do

As an authorized third party administrator (TPA) that has delegated authority, Sedgwick can serve as your organization’s claims department on any property or casualty account. We’re able to provide a complete claims service for insurance carriers, syndicates, brokers and associations; our account managers’ property and general liability expertise includes commercial business packages, restaurant and tavern programs, hotel and motel programs, auto programs, garage programs and transportation risks. We can also provide expertise in handling high value property exposures.

Our expert account managers have an average of 25+ years of experience.

Beyond the numbers

Benefits of TPA services

Sedgwick’s delegated authority team works closely with underwriters, brokers and coverholders on all programs providing input on underwriting or policy deficiencies and problematic areas. We’ll appoint an account manager as your liaison, ensuring your account receives the individual attention it deserves, and can also create reporting formats that specifically address your needs and requirements. Sedgwick’s delegated authority bordereau services enable you or your client to properly identify and manage exposures through complete transparency; these services are captured and compiled in our proprietary claims management system to ensure accuracy. Bordereaux are reviewed by our CPA-led accounting team, further affirming the importance we place on our fiduciary responsibility.

Sedgwick’s delegated authority system is SSAE 16 (SOC 1) Type II certified. Clients can be confident we will provide the highest level of service possible to help them meet the stringent compliance requirements and other legal and regulatory standards.

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