To handle P & I and defense claims which have been delegated by the Regional Claims Director.
To verify that the risk/claim is covered under the Member’s entry with the Club.
To settle third party P & I claims against the Member at the most economic figure possible.
To correctly estimate P & I claims as soon as possible within the agreed targets.
To handle Defense disputes as directed.
To review monthly the schedule of all estimated claims to ensure they are properly recorded and estimated within the guidelines.
To appoint, lawyers, surveyors, consultants and correspondents and to receive and evaluate critically advice received.
To notify Reinsurers, and assist in making recoveries from both the pool and the excess reinsurers, or other contractual parties where appropriate.
To ensure that Members are kept adequately informed at all stages of a claim and understand both their and the Club's position in any situation.
To prepare agendas and reports as required.
To carry out his/her duties in accordance with the Claims Procedures.
To be permanently accessible out of hours in case of emergency.
To respond to general claims enquiries by Members and correspondents at all times as required.
To provide correspondent services to Members as required.
To carry out any other tasks as directed within the scope of his/her ability.
Bachelors’ degree required; J.D., admitted to bar in the U.S.
1-3 years experience at a maritime law firm or marine insurer or shipping company. Seagoing experience helpful.
Experience with English law a plus.
Foreign language, in particular Spanish a plus.
About Charles Taylor P&I Management
Charles Taylor P&I Management (Americas), Inc. was established in 1995 as a U.S. subsidiary of Charles Taylor plc of London, England. CTPIMA’s sole function is to manage insurance claims against members of “The Standard Club,” a global mutual insurance association of ship owners. The Standard club is a member of the International Group of P&I Clubs (the “Group”), an Association comprised of the world’s 13 leading P & I Clubs. The Group Clubs between them currently insure around 90% of the world’s oceangoing tonnage, and around 95% of the world’s oceangoing tanker fleet.