Greg Lukens, Structured Settlement Broker
Toll Free: 800-543-4698
Areas of Expertise:
Greg Lukens has a nationwide practice and his expertise in the claims industry allows him to understand the dynamics of settlement conferences and mediations. This experience helps him work with both sides of a case to get a settlement. He has developed negotiation training focusing on the use of structured settlements, as a tool for attorneys and claim handlers. Greg is also available to conduct training specifically for Workers’ Compensation adjusters, including all aspects of Medicare set aside allocations and the use of trusts. He has produced financial illustrations of Life Care Plans for complex case resolution. Greg also possesses expertise with attorney fee structures, non-physical injuries, employment litigation, construction defect claims, and other non-qualified issues.
Greg’s insurance career began in 1981, as a multi-line claims adjuster taking me to a major insurance company. There he held a variety of claims positions and ultimately became a corporate claims manager, involved in handling and managing complex liability, workers’ compensation and property claims. From 1999 to the present, he has worked for Arcadia. In all, Greg has over 30 years experience in negotiating and facilitating claim settlements.
Besides helping plaintiffs and defendants resolve their differences, he likes spending time with his family. They enjoy outdoor activities, all times of the year, even during Minnesota winters. Biking, backpacking, camping, canoeing, fishing, hiking, and especially skiing top the list. Just ask him about winter camping sometime.
Greg holds a life, health, and disability license in multiple states and he holds the professional designation of Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter (CPCU). He also has his Certified Medicare Settlement Specialist (CMSS™) designation.
Greg graduated from Georgia State University with a Masters of Business Administration and from the University of Georgia with a Bachelors of Business Administration.
He is a member of the National Structured Settlement Trade Association (NSSTA), Minnesota Employers Workers’ Compensation Alliance, Minnesota Society of Healthcare Risk Management, the Twin Cities Claim Association, and Arbitration Forums, Inc. from 1995 to 1999.