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Jerry P. Morris

Assistant Vice President

Aon Corporation

HQ Phone:  (312) 381-1000

Direct Phone: (920) ***-****direct phone

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Aon Corporation

200 East Randolph Street 18Th Floor

Chicago, Illinois,60601

United States

Company Description

Aon's Affinity Insurance Services is a subsidiary of Aon Corporation (NYSE: AON), a company comprised of a family of insurance brokerage, consulting and underwriting subsidiaries. Aon's Affinity Insurance Services has focused the resources of Aon Corporation t... more.

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Green Bay Press-Gazette - Insurance hikes pinch employers

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Jerry Morris , assistant vice president of Aon Consulting , an employee benefits consulting group in Green Bay , blames competition among health-care providers and insurers for the leaps in premium costs the past two or three years.There are a lot of players in the market , excess capacity and people looking for market share were artificially holding costs down , he said.The players offered reduced rates to encourage companies to sign on with them , but lost money and couldn't maintain those low rates for long.The carriers have control now , Morris said.They say to the underwriters , ‘You are going to be profitable.'.Morris said he's been delivering rate hikes of 25 to 62 percent for some of his clients , with an average increase for fully-insured employers in 2002 in the upper 20 and 30 percent range.In the past we saw employers not shifting costs but absorbing the increases because of the tight labor market , he said.This year it's a different story.More employers are shifting costs either in plan design changes or employee contributions.Conor Green , an Aon consultant , said that puts employers in a bind.Employers want to provide what the other providers do , he said.


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