Paul Buxbaum
Current Employment
  • Company:
    Buxbaum, Loggia & Associates, Inc.
  • Position(s) and Responsibilities:

    President, Chief Executive Officer

  • Address:
    17632 Irvine Blvd., Suite 140
    Tustin, CALIFORNIA 92780
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Previous Employment
  • Company:
    Devonshire Group
  • Position(s) and Responsibilities:

    Assistant Vice President
    Responsibilities included handling reinsurance claims and claims of direct written business of Fortune 500 insureds; leading and writing audit reports of various books of business including professional liability (E&O), medical malpractice, general liability (primary, excess and umbrella), products liability, workers’ compensation, auto, asbestos, and hazardous waste (including environmental impairment liability); preparation of commutation proposals and negotiation of global commutations.

  • Company:
    Trenwick America Reinsurance Company
  • Position(s) and Responsibilities:

    Assistant Secretary
    Responsibilities included handling reinsurance claims on professional liability, general liability, workers’ compensation, auto, property, and medical malpractice books of business; handling direct claims written by Trenwick’s New York Insurance Exchange Syndicate; leading both pre-bind claim audits, as well as claim audits of ongoing business and writing of audit reports.

  • Company:
    Travelers Insurance Company
  • Position(s) and Responsibilities:

    Home Office Claims System Coordinator
    Responsibilities included acting as liaison between the Information Management and Claim Departments; responsible for senior management reports (average notices per office/region/line of business, average paid claim, etc.); implementation of Aggregate Control system. Previous positions included Claims Supervisor and Sr. Claims Representative.

  • Attorney:
  • Education:
    AIPLU/IIA/ Malvern
    Certificate of General Insurance (INS); Associate in Claims (AIC); Charter Property and Casualty Underwriter (CPCU)
  • Other Information:
    Nineteen (19) years experience as a reinsurance consultant.
Work Experience
  • Insurance Company: 9 years.
    Claim Department: 9 years. Multi-line Claim Adjuster, Claim Supervisor, Claim Systems Coordinator
  • Reinsurance Company: 3 years.
    Claim Department: 3 years. Assistant Secretary
  • Insurance-related Firms: 19 years.
    Consultant: 10 years. Senior Associate, Assistant Vice President , Claims
    Consultant: 10 years. President , Claims
Breakdown of Experience
  • Asbestos
  • Professional Liability/Errors &, Omissions
  • Commutations
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Commercial Liability
  • Construction Defects
  • Directors &, Officers
  • Third Party Administrator
  • Automobile Liability/Property
  • Product Liability
  • Excess/Surplus Lines
By Market
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Insurance vs. Reinsurance: 40/60%
Treaty vs. Facultative Reinsurance: 85/15%

ARIAS Experience

Workshops, as Trainee: 1; September 2007

Ethics Training, as Trainee: 1; May 2010

ARIAS Conference Faculty: 1; Spring 2017


With more than 37 years experience in the industry, Paul Buxbaum, president of Buxbaum, Loggia and Associates, Inc., has held positions from multi-line field adjuster to assistant vice president where his duties included handling reinsurance claims and claims of direct written business of Fortune 500 insureds, before co-founding Buxbaum Loggia in the spring of 2000.

Paul’s vast knowledge comes from handling reinsurance claims on Professional Liability (E&O), General Liability (Primary, Excess and Umbrella), Worker's Compensation, Auto, Property, Medical Malpractice, Asbestos, and Hazardous Waste (including Environmental Impairment Liability.

At Buxbaum Loggia, Paul is a team leader for professional liability and contract compliance inspections. His additional responsibilities include commutation support, reinsurance litigation management and client contact.

Over the years, Paul has worked with a variety of brokers in all aspects of reinsurance, such as placement, on-going programs and discontinued operations, including developing commutation strategies.