Don’t Get Burned – How to Use Analytics to Accurately Rate Local Fire Responses
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As technology continues to evolve, the ability to assess fire risk is becoming more precise. By leveraging the right data, you can get a more accurate local home fire response score, helping you improve underwriting results and pricing accuracy.
Join this complimentary webcast to learn more about the benefits of using cutting edge analytics incorporating advanced geo-spatial technology, historic fire department responses, realistic drive times, and historic loss data, when assessing fire risk. You’ll discover how LexisNexis can:
- Provide demonstrated lift and segmentation with our new fire rating methodology
- Improve your underwriting processes, and
- Help optimize your new business
Speaker Names & Bio’s
Tyson Horn, API, AIS Director, Home Solutions LexisNexis® Risk Solutions
Tyson Horn is Director, Home Solutions, at LexisNexis® Risk Solutions. In this role, Ty manages all aspects of Location Intelligence in the Personal Lines Property Vertical, including strategy, growth, and new product development. Ty is responsible for a number of industry leading location intelligence solutions, including LexisNexis Territory Index and LexisNexis Fire and Disaster Response Score.
Ty has filled a variety of Underwriting and Product Management leadership roles within the P&C industry for over 17 years and has been with LexisNexis since 2015. He holds a B.A. in Criminal Justice Administration from Columbia College, as well as POST Certification from the University of Missouri.
Scott Zrebiec Principal Statistician LexisNexis® Risk Solutions
Scott Zrebiec is a Principal Statistician at LexisNexis® Risk Solutions. In this role, Scott develops new data and analytics products for the P&C insurance industry.
Scott is an expert in analytics and has built analytic solutions for personal auto, homeowners and commercial lines over his 8 years of industry experience. He holds a B.A. in Mathematics from University of Colorado Boulder and a PhD in mathematics from Johns Hopkins University.