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How hard can it be to launch an insurance claims operation?   Got a minute…?

In a highly regulated and litigious business environment, there is no room for errors. Hiring talent that does not fit the phase of business is disrupting and damaging. The use of emerging technologies can significantly enhance your business model or begin a cascade of potentially business ending challenges. And many more…

Managing a claims operation requires a different skillset than ground-up design, development, and launch. We’ve designed and built claims systems and operations from the ground floor to operational viability and bring first-hand experience to the decisions needed to succeed.

McCarthy Claims Consulting, LLC was founded in 2022 to support start-up insurance claims operations through prelaunch planning and assessment, postlaunch success analysis, nimble problem solving, and strategic planning for scale. We also support established or legacy insurance companies in the assessment of current operational efficiency and effectiveness.

We are excited to strengthen and advance the insurance industry by partnering with innovators, risk-takers, and entrepreneurs.  


Meet the Founder

Darin McCarthy

Darin McCarthy

Founder and Managing Consultant

Darin founded McCarthy Claims Consulting following almost 30 years of experience in handling Property and Casualty claims, managing claims operations including the designing, building, and leading of claims and operations teams.

He has assembled and led teams as Chief Claims Officer and VP of Claims while bearing complete responsibility for launch success. Darin is uniquely qualified to manage and lead in the start up environment, having been an integral part of three successful start-ups. He understands the challenges that start-ups face and brings confidence, strategy, and success.

Darin has been a featured speaker at multiple insurance and claims related conferences and gatherings on topics from insurtech operations in claims, operations management, and leadership.

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