FCAS, MAAA, CSPA
Principal and Consulting Actuary
Roosevelt Mosley is a principal and consulting actuary with Pinnacle Actuarial Resources and has been in the property/casualty industry since 1994. His skill set includes predictive analytics applications for all insurance functions, ratemaking and product development, competitive analysis and litigation support.
He serves as the co-chair of the Casualty Actuarial Society’s (CAS) Leadership Development Subcommittee of the Joint Committee on Inclusion, Equity and Diversity, the board of trustees of the Actuarial Foundation and is a member of the CAS Public Relations Advisory Committee.
He has also served as vice president of marketing and communications and on the board of directors of CAS, a member of the board of directors of the International Association of Black Actuaries, and a member of CAS and American Academy of Actuaries (AAA) governance task forces.
Understanding the Implications of COVID-19 on the Automotive Insurance Industry and What They Mean for the Future
Authored by Roosevelt C. Mosley Jr..
May 1 2020 APEX
COVID-19's Economic Impact on Driving Patterns and Automobile Insurance
Authored by Roosevelt C. Mosley Jr..
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New Jersey Automobile No-Fault Impact Analyses
Save Choices for New Jersey Drivers (SCNJD), an ad-hoc coalition of insurers, trade and business associations asked Pinnacle to determine how proposed legislation would affect drivers.
The New Jersey Auto Cost Reduction Act eliminated the judicial requirement that permanent injuries that do not meet the other eligibility criteria for tort claims in no fault cases must have a “serious impact” on the claimant’s life. Pinnacle evaluated the affect of eliminating this requirement and determined the law would “significantly increase “losses eligible for tort recovery. Hence, Bodily Injury (BI) Liability and Uninsured/Underinsured Motorist Coverage (UM/UIM) costs and premiums would increase for drivers selecting the verbal threshold.
On June 14, 2005, two years after Pinnacle conducted its analysis, the New Jersey Supreme Court concluded does not imply a "serious impact" requirement for those seeking damages for non-economic losses (Octavio Serrano v. Jacqueline Serrano, et al. (A-99-03) and DiProspero v. Penn, et al., (A-66-03). As a result, injured claimants may seek recompense from the at-fault party for losses such as pain and suffering. SCNJD hired Pinnacle again to update the analysis based upon the later Insurance Research Council (IRC) data, which became available subsequent to the release of its 2003 report.
Rate Indications / Filings
A regional carrier came to Pinnacle wanting to implement an insurance score program along with rate indications for home, auto and farm. Pinnacle developed rate indications for each line, and developed an underwriting scorecard rating approach using insurance score as a critical component. The combination of implementing appropriate rates and the new rating plan enabled this company to turn their business around, become profitable and rebuild their surplus position.
Underwriting & Tiering Analysis
A single state auto insurance writer hired Pinnacle to address its current rating and tiering program. We removed unnecessary underwriting restrictions and more adequately priced risk classes, which allowed the insurer to experience significant, profitable growth.
When we began, the company’s existing tiering design was only based on a few factors, including ones that significantly overlapped with the rating plan. When combined with the underwriting rules, the design was punitive and limited writable business. Through predictive modeling, we helped design a new tiering structure and applied an underwriting scoring approach to eliminate rating plan overlap and remove the overly punitive parts of the plan.
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September 21, 2020
NAMIC Annual Convention
September 24, 2020
September APEX Webinar -
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