Workmen’s Auto Insurance Licenses Injury Sciences’ WrExpert to Evaluate Auto Claims

February 24, 2004

Injury Sciences LLC announced that Workmen’s Auto Insurance Company of Los Angeles, is the latest licensee of WrExpert, Injury Sciences’ flagship product for identifying exaggerated soft-tissue claims. Workmen’s Auto reportedly joins a list of top carriers writing in California who are controlling and reducing loss costs associated with exaggerated soft tissue injury claims.

Robert Sharp, president and CEO, stated, “Geographical expansion will continue for Workmen’s Auto with conservative investing and the careful selection of technological tools, which will assist Workmen’s Auto in reaching our goals.” Benefits of WrExpert are being seen by a number of standard and non-standard writers alike across the nation. WrExpert is the only tool on the market that will assist with the proper investigation and evaluation of injuries resulting from low-severity collisions. “WrExpert will allow us to investigate and evaluate injury claims so that we may provide prompt and fair compensation to injured parties,” added Martin McDermott, vice president of claims.

Scott Palmer, Injury Sciences’ CEO, stated, “We are delighted to have Workmen’s Auto as part of our rapidly growing customer list. The use of WrExpert in California alone has proven to provide a rapid stream of benefits to our customers by enabling immediate reductions in fabricated or exaggerated soft tissue injury costs. I am aware of no other offering in the market that is showing the results our customers are seeing.” WrExpert is helping over 15 auto insurers in the United States fight exaggerated soft-tissue claims.

Workmen’s Auto Insurance Company operated almost exclusively in California until 1990, when it began to diversify geographically. The company currently operates in 17 states, from Washington to Florida, with plans to continue this expansion.

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