One problem facing insurers who write commercial automobile coverage is that in states with mandatory auto liability reporting, also known as ALIR, carriers must report policy changes and cancellations electronically to state Dept. of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
The function of ALIR is that it enable states to better detect uninsured and underinsured motorists--many of whom must submit to fines and surrender their vehicles. Speaking November 16 during a session at ISOTech 2004, Loren McGlade, vice president of business process planning for New York-based AIG, discussed several issues keeping ALIR from being as effective, and accountable, as possible. ISOTech, a technology conference sponsored by Jersey City, N.J.-based Insurance Service Office (ISO), was held Nov. 14-16 in New Orleans.
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