Aliso Viejo, California, August 12, 2016 – Ringler, the nation’s premier structured settlement company, is excited to announce that James M. Early, CSSC, CLMP will be a member of the faculty at the 2016 CLM Claims College of Claims Mediation in Baltimore, Maryland in September.
Jim Early manages sales operations nationwide for Ringler, leading the full-time initiatives focused on services to clients and partners. Jim has been a structured settlement professional since 1985. With more than 33 years of experience in insurance and structured settlements, he has been involved in more than 5,000 structured settlements. Besides his leadership roles at Ringler, Jim is serving his third term on the NSSTA (National Structured Settlements Trade Association) Board of Directors and he is the incoming President of NSSTA for 2017. Jim will share his extensive experience in the settlement and insurance claims fields to instruct claims professionals about the use of structured settlements as a meaningful tool in the mediation process at the CLM College.
CLM College participants earn a respected and sought after designation, becoming the industry standard certificate, helping to identify top-notch claims professionals. The CLM College, which began in 2012, was created to provide education of claims resolution professionals by claims resolution professionals.
“I am honored to have been chosen to be an important part of educating our industry professionals,” says Jim Early, adding “ I look forward to teaching a new generation of insurance claims experts at the CLM College about the complex process of mediation in today’s world.”
Kay Ferrara, Education & Committee Manager at CLM, who oversees the development of Claims College, says, “Mr. Early’s experience in the insurance industry provides the knowledge and experience that we want to provide to our students.” The 2016 CLM Claims College of Claims Mediation gets underway September 7-9th and for more information, please visit the website.
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