Khoury Merges with Alternative Claims Management

ORLANDO --- Khoury Claims Services has merged with Alternative Claims Management to form Khoury-Alternative Claims Management.

The firms had separately offered subrogation and claims recovery services for the car rental and fleet industries. The merger combines the methodology of both companies to recover full entitlement on physical damage, loss of use and diminution of value resulting from vehicle accidents.

With offices in Orlando and San Antonio, K-ACM's main processing center will be based in Texas. Board members include Ziad Khoury, president of Khoury Group; Chuck Grimsley, senior vice president of the Khoury Group; Randy Harris, president of K-ACM; and Bob Krebs, vice president of K-ACM.

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