ACD Signs Contract with Third High-Net Worth Personal Lines Carrier

ACD, the technology and claims services firm out of Carlsbad, CA continues rapid growth with the addition of another new auto insurance client.

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Carlsbad, California (PRWEB) May 20, 2014

ACD, a national leader in claims management, advisory, audit and technology solutions to the property and casualty industry has announced an agreement with another Top 10 insurance carrier specializing in the high-net worth personal lines segment. ACD will be supplying claims technology, performing guideline accuracy audits, insurance advisory services and metric reviews with reporting.

As one of the largest high-net worth personal lines insurers in North America, the newly signed client has chosen ACD specifically for its dedication to client service and consistent management of quality assurance. This marks the third high-net worth client ACD has welcomed aboard in a two year period.

“We’re very excited to be working with a client that puts a high value on providing the best solutions to its clients,” stated Ernie Bray, CEO. “Our new client embraces the same philosophy we do – use innovative technology to simplify the insurance process. This is the third high-net worth personal lines carrier we’ve added to our growing list of clients. We’re very honored as this shows the extreme level of confidence our clients have in our quality of service,” added Bray.

About ACD

ACD creates revolutionary technology and combines it with the finest claims services available. From innovative technology such as AutoLink, PropertyLink and SubroLink to auto & property damage appraisal services, ACD is defining the future of claims technology and the speed of claims processing. The firm has processed over $2 billion dollars in assessed damages, servicing over 225 insurers including 11 of the Top 25 national carriers. For more information, visit ACD at http://www.acdcorp.com.


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