Stop Loss Law
The jurisprudence relating to transactions and dealings among self-insured employers, their TPAs, and the upstream entities that issue and administer stop loss contracts is maturing rapidly. What used to be a nearly invisible niche in the law is now responsible for the rules of decision affecting tens of millions of dollars of disputed claims annually. The legal norms and standards governing the relationships among the many entities involved in the self-insurance/stop-loss arena are complex and ever-changing.
Stop Loss Litigation
Cost-effective litigation in the stop-loss area requires efficiency and experience.
Stop Loss Consulting
Many problems develop into expensive litigation before counsel are consulted.
About Tom Croft
Known for his extensive writing on medical stop loss insurance issues, both in SIIA’s Self-Insurer and on his comprehensive website, www.stoplosslaw.com, Tom has been practicing law for 33 years. Currently he practices through his own firm, CROFT LAW LLC, in Atlanta, GA. He regularly advises and represents stop loss carriers, MGUs, and occasionally TPAs, brokers, and self-insured groups, in connection with matters relating to stop loss insurance and the disputes that may arise among these entities regarding it. He currently serves on SIIA’s Healthcare Committee. He has been honored as a Georgia “Super-Lawyer” for the past six years running, and is listed as “Tier 1” in insurance by Best Lawyers. He is an honors graduate of Duke University and Duke University School of Law, where he formerly served as Senior Lecturer and Associate Dean.