Your risk management blueprint
Discover how Dean & Draper empowers business with innovative risk solutions
By now you know we’re committed to providing clients with strategic
risk management strategies, superior value, and unparalleled customer support. But how do we do that? We talk with your team, use your data, and dig into your experience to uncover your risk tolerance and build the following strategies:
Risk ToleranceWe work with you to develop how much risk you want and can assume. A capable program and strong financials may lower your TCOR yearly. We’ll go over loss modeling strategies, risk mitigation strategies, non-insurance transfer strategies, and much more with you and your team.
Loss Modeling Strategies
Together, we use your data to look at past and potential future trends within your risk management program. This helps predict expected total claims for newer policies and how effective your risk management strategies are. We’ll collaborate on the necessary mitigation strategies and more.
Risk Mitigation Strategies
Risk mitigation focuses on the inevitability of some disaster and is used for those situations where a threat cannot be avoided entirely. In this process, we’ll help you develop strategies to mitigate those risks that are unavoidable.
Non-Insurance Transfer Strategies
Risk can transfer in many forms. With our team, we’ll go over the transfer of risk from one person or entity to another by way of something other than an insurance policy. These commonly include techniques like insurance provisions in contracts and indemnity language.
Retained Risk Strategies
Financing 100% of your risk usually isn’t the best method for a company. With these strategies, you may retain a certain amount of risk to lower your dependence on traditional insurance. Your financial strength, company size, and effectiveness of risk management strategies can affect deductible design, amount of insurance needed, and methods of insuring.
Insurer Leverage Strategies
The industry has trained insureds that the only way to get the best deal is to “shop” their coverage every year. Unfortunately, that method can be detrimental to building consistency and predictability in your program. We work with you to make sure you always have a strong underwriting story to tell and get the attention of carriers without burning bridges each year. When the time comes to go to market, your story will be one for the ages.