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Rachel Seale

Rachel Seale is a consulting actuary in the Dallas office of Milliman who assists self-insured clients with reserve and funding analyses in the areas of medical malpractice, workers compensation, general liability, auto liability, property, asbestos, and environmental. She works with self-insurers, captives, risk retention groups, and commercial lines insurers.

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101 W. Renner Road, Suite 325
Richardson, TX 75082
Tel: (214) 775–1136
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Rachel Seale is a consulting actuary in the Dallas office of Milliman. She joined the firm in 2004. Ms. Seale assists self-insured clients with reserve and funding analyses in the areas of medical malpractice, workers compensation, general liability, auto liability, property, asbestos, and environmental.

Her experience also includes loss reserving and ratemaking studies for insurance companies in a variety of commercial and personal lines, including workers compensation, auto liability, general liability, mine subsidence, inland marine, cargo, and homeowners. She also provides actuarial support to state regulators for statutory financial examinations.

Ms. Seale has worked with self-insurers, captives, risk retention groups, and commercial lines insurers. In addition to traditional actuarial loss reserve studies, she has performed in-depth allocations, loss layer/stratification studies, analysis of excess insurance quotes, creation of models for clients' internal monitoring, and analyses of liability from pools.


Rachel Seale

Insuring Unique Risks in a Captive

Captive insurance companies can be used to insure just about any risk to which a parent company is exposed.

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Rachel Seale

What To Expect from an Actuarial Analysis

An actuarial analysis is a great way to determine if your company would benefit from a captive.

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