Kevin M. Quinley is an insurance claim, risk management and productivity expert. Currently he is Vice President of Risk Services with Berkley Life Sciences LLC. His claims career spans 30+ years. Kevin began his career with Crawford & Company and worked for them for nine years. He has a BA from Wake Forest University and an MA from the College of William & Mary. He holds the Chartered Property & Casualty Underwriter (CPCU) designation and specialty designations from the American Insurance Institute in Risk Management (ARM), in Claims (AIC), in Reinsurance (ARe) and in Management (AIM). A Contributing Editor of Claims Magazine, Kevin co-authored the Insurance Institute's AIC 33 textbook on Workers Compensation Claims and Industrial Low Back Pain published by the Michie Company.
The author of over 500 published articles and nine books, his articles have appeared in publications including Business Insurance, The National Underwriter, Risk Management, Occupational Safety & Health, Best's Review, CPCU Journal, Insurance Settlement Journal, The Risk Report and For the Defense. He is the author of Time Management for Claim Professionals, Claim Management, The Quality Plan, Litigation Management and Winning Strategies for Negotiating Claims and Managing Product Liability Risks. His seventh book, Bulletproofing Your Medical Practice: Risk Management Strategies that Work, was published in October of 2000. His eighth book, Well-Adjusted: 185 Career Tips for Adjuster Success was published in mid-2001. He ninth book – coauthored with Don Schmidt -- Business at Risk: Risk Managing the Terrorist Threat was published in 2002.
He teaches classes in insurance, claims and risk management for the Washington D.C. Chapter of the Society of CPCU. He is a past President of the Washington D.C. Chapter of CPCU. He is a frequent writer and speaker on topics relating to risk management and claims-handling.