ISO Claims Partners Integrates Premonition Data and Legal Analytics

Premonition data will improve claim litigation outcomes for ISO Claims Partners customers by providing them with unprecedented access to litigation information at the state and local level.

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ISO Claims Partners, a Verisk (Jersey City) business, has announced that it has integrated Premonition (Miami) data and legal analytics into its suite of services. Premonition maintains the world’s largest litigation database. ISO Claims Partners provides services related Medicare compliance and claims analytics.

Robert Lewis, President, ISO Claims Partners.

ISO Claims Partners says Premonition data will benefit its customers by providing them with unprecedented access to litigation information at the state and local level. The service will be designed to guide insurers in selecting the best defense counsel for different claim types based on “win rates” as well as provide critical information about plaintiff attorneys and judges that will help them form winning litigation strategies.

“The addition of Premonition’s unique data into our Navigator suite will offer clients insights that drive down both claims and legal costs,” comments Robert Lewis, President, ISO Claims Partners. “Armed with the most comprehensive litigation data set available and best-in-class analytic technology, we can help our clients improve claims outcomes with data-driven litigation strategies.”

Analytics-Driven Legal Services

“Prior to the development of Premonition, legal services were largely subjective, with analytic information available only for federal cases,” comments Guy Kurlandski, co-founder and CEO, Premonition. “We’re pleased to join forces with ISO Claims Partners and Verisk to bring this solution to their insurance customers.”

ISO Claims Partners asserts that Verisk’s leading data sets and analytical solutions across the property/casualty industry, including its premier claims database with more than 1 billion claims, Premonition complements the end-to-end claims insight and decision support services insurers rely on to manage expense, control claims costs, and deliver outstanding customer service.

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Anthony R. O’Donnell // Anthony O'Donnell is Executive Editor of Insurance Innovation Reporter. For nearly two decades, he has been an observer and commentator on the use of information technology in the insurance industry, following industry trends and writing about the use of IT across all sectors of the insurance industry. He can be reached at or (503) 936-2803.

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