Claims Administration definition

Claims Administration means the administration of claims made under the Third Party Policies, including the reporting of claims to the unaffiliated, third-party insurance carriers that issued the Third Party Policies, management and defense of such claims, negotiating the resolution of such claims, and providing for appropriate releases upon settlement of such claims.
Claims Administration means the processing of claims made under the Shared Policies, including, without limitation, the reporting of claims to the insurance carriers and the management of the defense of claims.

Examples of Claims Administration in a sentence

  • ADMINISTRATIVE/CONSULTATIVE SERVICES: The Board requires a guaranteed flat “bundled” administration fee for Claims Administration Services and a flat “hourly” fee for Safety/Risk Control Services.

  • Important definitions: • The Net Settlement Amount means the portion of the Class Settlement Amount remaining after deduction of the approved Class Representative Enhancement Payment ($10,000), Claims Administration Costs ($20,000), Labor and Workforce Development Agency Payment ($37,500), the Attorneys’ Fees ($222,250), and Costs ($40,000).

  • A bill from either the provider or you can be mailed to us at the following address:Kaiser Permanente National Claims Administration - Mid-Atlantic States PO Box 371860Denver, CO 80237-9998If you have already paid the bill, then please send proof of payment and a copy of the bill to the address listed above.

  • Your proposed fee for Claims Administration Services should assume the following conditions: (1) the TPA selected will administer all claims still open as of June 30, 2023, as well as any run-out claims (IBNR) incurred prior to June 30, 2023.

  • All other reports are to be performed and provided as stated in Exhibit C, Workers’ Compensation Third Party Claims Administration Services Vendor Reports.


More Definitions of Claims Administration

Claims Administration means the processing and payment of claims received from Settlement Class Members by the Claims Administrator.
Claims Administration means the processing of claims made under the Shared Policies and Mallinckrodt Policies, including the reporting of losses or claims to the insurance carriers and management and defense of claims, including the right to exhaust, settle, release, commute, buy-back or otherwise resolve disputes with respect to any such claims.
Claims Administration means the processing and payment of claims received
Claims Administration means the administration of the Claims Process by the Class Administrator.
Claims Administration means the administration of claims made under the Shared Insurance Policies, including the reporting of claims to the insurance carriers that issued the Shared Insurance Policies, management and defense of such claims, negotiating the resolution of such claims and providing for appropriate releases upon settlement of such claims.
Claims Administration means the processing of Settlement Claims received from Settlement Class Members and the processing of payment of Approved Claims by the Claims Administrator.
Claims Administration means (i) the processing of claims made under Company Policies, including the reporting of claims and occurrences to the appropriate insurance carriers and the collection of the proceeds of Company Policies and (ii) in the case of the Primex Business, the reporting to Olin of any losses or claims which may cause the per-occurrence deductible or self- insured retention or limits of any Company Policy to be exceeded.