Insurance Archaeology Group
240 Madison Ave.
New York , NY 10016
Ms. Mulrennan contributed articles on insurance archaeology to IRMI.com and wrote "Documenting an Insurance Coverage History."
Ms. Mulrennan is the founder and president of the Insurance Archaeology Group (IAG), a New York-based consulting firm dedicated to historic insurance reconstruction and coverage analysis. With more than 20 years of insurance analysis and advisory experience, Ms. Mulrennan is one of the nation's foremost specialists in historic insurance reconstruction for environmental, product liability, and occupational health litigation.
Ms. Mulrennan and her professional staff at IAG have pioneered many of the research and investigative techniques used in locating evidence of missing or destroyed insurance policies. Under her direction, IAG has recovered over $50 billion in previously unknown, prepaid insurance assets for its clients, which include Fortune 500 companies, nationally recognized law firms, small to mid-sized corporations, municipalities, and utilities.
Prior to founding IAG in 1985, Ms. Mulrennan worked in both the United States and London, first as a claims analyst and later as a specialist in insurance archaeology.
Ms. Mulrennan holds a master of arts degree in history and a bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the University of Memphis. She is a member of the Board of Directors of the Association for Professional Insurance Women, and she is a frequent speaker to insurance, legal, and corporate audiences regarding historic insurance archaeology. Ms. Mulrennan is the author of the chapter on historic insurance reconstruction in Insurance Claims for Environmental Damages: Legal and Technical Considerations, published by Executive Enterprises, Inc.