Eagle CAT division steps up for Northeast storms
Eagle’s CAT division mobilized in force to assist thousands of insureds in Maryland, Pennsylvania and several surrounding Mid-Atlantic states following the blizzard-like snow and ice storms of winter 2010. Eagle is proud to offer these services to clients through its professional adjusting staff and with technological aptitude that makes it the industry leader in the independent adjusting field.
Eagle Contractor Overlook streamlines contractor management
Eagle is excited to announce the launch of Eagle Contractor Overlook (ECO), its new managed repair program. The ECO network of contractors will assist carriers and property owners throughout the United States with emergency mitigation and restoration claims. ECO bridges the gap between contractors and carriers by finding the local contractor best suited for repair and construction needs. For further details, visit the ECO Web site at www.contractoroverlook.com.
Eagle names new assistant claims manager
Ryan Bramblett has been named Eagle’s Assistant Claims Manager. Ryan came to Eagle after spending two years as an insurance agent and nine years as an outside claims representative for two insurance carriers. An Indiana University alumni, Ryan enjoys his football and basketball season tickets to watch the Hoosiers play when he’s not spending time with his children. Also a golfer, Ryan pondered the idea of working at a driving range during retirement, “I never really thought about it, but I would like to run a driving range. Just sit back and watch everyone hook as a much as I do.”
Karla Elliott named COO
After serving as Eagle’s Vice President and General Counsel for three years, Karla Elliott has been named Eagle’s Chief Operating Officer. Prior to working at Eagle, Karla served as outside counsel while in private law practice. She holds a law degree from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago and an undergraduate degree from Purdue University. “I am excited for the opportunity to further help Eagle grow and diversify its range of client services while maintaining our core values of quality service and integrity,” Elliott said.
Eagle Named to "Top 50 Companies to Watch in Indiana"
Eagle Adjusting Services, Inc. has been recognized as one of the top 50 emerging businesses in Indiana for 2009. The award will be given by the Indiana Economic Development Corporation as part of its 2009 Indiana Companies to Watch program. The corporation’s Small Business Development Center develops the awards in conjunction with Purdue University and the Edward Lowe Foundations. Other companies being awarded range from manufacturing, financial services, retail, life sciences, information technology, telecommunications and aerospace industries. Companies to Watch firms must show advancement through hiring or sales growth, entrepreneurial leadership and sustainable competition strategies.