Gregory J. Duca

Managing Director


A.G. Risk Management Inc.

Gregory J. Duca

General Background

Gregory J. Duca is a Managing Director of Claim Operations responsible for the day-to-day oversight of the Claims Practice group which includes overseeing new programs, implementing claim related process improvements, ensuring departmental compliance, managing data analytics and reporting, working with vendor partners, and supervising claims audits and departmental training. Greg is an attorney by background and has broad-based claims experience within the Property & Casualty industry. For the past 35 years, he has worked in a variety of claims, consulting, brokerage, marketing, underwriting, loss mitigation and general management roles.


Asbestos Claims

Automobile Liability

Claims Management

Claims Run-off


Construction Defect

Cost Containment

Coverage Interpretation

Data Analytics

Directors & Officers Liability

Environmental Claims

Errors & Omissions

Excess & Surplus Lines

General Liability

Insurance Underwriting

Litigation Management

Long-Term Exposure

Loss Control

Medical Malpractice

Operational Efficiency

Personal Lines



Risk Management


Third Party Administration

Toxic Tort

TPA Claims


Additional Comments

Professional Experience

A.G. Risk Management Inc.

Hallmark Financial Group

Conner Strong & Buckalew

Crystal & Company

Sedgewick Claims Management Services

Legion Insurance Company

Ernst & Young


Professional Certifications

Professional Status

Bar Admissions: Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, New Jersey

Certified Property and Casualty claims adjuster in New York, Texas,

Florida, Georgia, and Kentucky



Juris Doctorate

New England School of Law, Boston, MA

Bachelor of Science, Business Administration

Boston University, Boston, MA

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