Talisman Casualty Encourages Business Owners To Take Control Of Their Business

November 13, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Talisman Casualty, based in Las Vegas, Nevada, has reached out to business owners across the US, encouraging them to take control of their business by protecting themselves against emergencies. The local firm specializes in handling insurance claims for their clients, offering flexibility and expertise that ensures their daily operations are carried out as smoothly as possible, even during difficult times.

A representative of Talisman Casualty spoke about the importance of handling emergencies professionally, saying, "When it comes to dealing with unforeseen situations, you want to rely on a company that possesses extensive experience but is not afraid to innovate in their solutions. Taking control of your business sometimes means taking the road less traveled, instead of failing where everyone else did. At Talisman Casualty Insurance Company, we embrace this belief, and work alongside our clients to help them overcome the obstacles they face—and learn from them to avoid future issues. This is the only way to move forward, and we are determined to show our expertise in this field by helping our clients like no other insurance or claim management service can."

As Talisman Casualty explains, they offer business owners in Las Vegas and beyond a flexible and tailored form of insurance coverage. They recognize that a standardized approach will not bear results that are as efficient at lowering their clients' costs as smaller, self-insured homogeneous groups with better risk profiles can. This is key in their business model, as they state that captive insurance is the better option to lower premiums and expand capacity when properly structured and managed.

Another key aspect of the service provided by Talisman Casualty is the speed with which they can establish themselves within a company. They assert that this is because the company is already in existence, and their cells only serve to segregate a new risk. This also allows them to concentrate their efforts on tailoring these cells according to their client’s needs. Furthermore, once a cell is no longer needed, the run-off process can be completed much easier and closure is less time-consuming.

Additionally, this allows Talisman Casualty to provide their clients with more control over their operations. Since they no longer have to pay premiums based on non-correlated factors of the market, this allows their own risk management efforts to be rewarded with pricing that reflects better experience, despite having a lower investment.

The expertise and knowledge that Talisman Casualty possesses are recognized by some of the most prominent reinsurance markets in the world, as they have been awarded the Delegated Claim Authority title. This title is only given to firms whose extensive claim management experience has proven to be successful, and who have demonstrated their understanding of the local market where these claims are made. They are expected to operate with the highest degree of ethics and integrity.

Through their website, Talisman Casualty showcases some of the expert's thoughts on captive insurance, further proving that this practice can bear significant results regardless of a company's niche. Through this space, Jay Adkinson, a representative of Riser Adkisson LLP, states, "Indeed, captive insurance must rank as one of the best business asset protection strategies ever created."

Similarly, a representative of AM Best Co. Inc. says, "The captive insurance market continues to remain resilient, effective, efficient and profitable, with rising premiums and lower combined ratios compared with the traditional insurance market as it further expands to cover evolving risks."

Talisman Casualty offers a wide variety of programs, protecting their clients in myriad situations and tailoring each of these offerings according to what would be most beneficial in each case. Their most popular service is claim management, as the company makes use of state of the art claims technology that provides immediate feedback on the overall impact of claims. This leads to a significant decrease in the time needed to make adjustments in these claims, facilitating their ongoing implementation or modification.

Aside from Talisman claims, the firm also offers some other insurance-related programs that include Surety Programs, Pet Professional Insurance Coverage, and Marine Programs.

Their website contains more information on the services that Talisman Casualty provides including a thorough description of what they entail and the benefits they offer clients who opt for them. Interested parties may also use the website’s contact form to follow up on any inquiries with Talisman Casualty.


For more information about Talisman Casualty Insurance Company, contact the company here:

Talisman Casualty Insurance Company
Talisman Casualty Insurance Company
7881 W. Charleston Blvd, Suite 210 Las Vegas, NV 89117

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