Lemonade to Use Mitchell’s Claim Solutions for Newest Product


Mitchell, an Enlyte company, recently announced Lemonade, the insurance company powered by artificial intelligence (AI) and social impact, has chosen Mitchell's claims management platform for the insurer’s newest product, Lemonade Car.

The company will use Mitchell’s claims workflow, automation and total loss solutions to help streamline and optimize claims handling.

"At Lemonade, we’ve set out to make the most lovable car insurance available, and part of that is creating the best experience possible,” said a Lemonade spokesperson. “By collaborating with Mitchell and using the company’s comprehensive claims management technology, we’re able to build efficiencies into our product to make it as seamless and easy for our customers to file a claim following an accident, as well as share necessary information with third-parties including auto body shops and medical facilities."

“We’re extremely proud that Lemonade---a top-rated insurer with a focus on fast, efficient claims resolution---has selected our technology to support their entry into the U.S. auto insurance market,” said Jack Rozint, senior vice president, repair sales, Mitchell Auto Physical Damage division. “Their decision to do so validates Mitchell’s leadership position in claims processing technology.”

“We’re honored to support Lemonade,” said Debbie Day, executive vice president and general manager of Mitchell’s Auto Physical Damage division. “At Mitchell, we continue to invest in the development of innovative, cloud-based solutions that are designed to allow our customers to work more efficiently while meeting consumer expectations for an automated, digital claims experience. Our auto physical damage and casualty solutions help carriers like Lemonade scale quickly as they bring best-in-class offerings to market.”

Launched in November 2021, Lemonade Car uses telematics to measure how much and how safe people drive. It provides 24/7 on-location roadside assistance, real-time crash detection and dispatch of emergency services, and offers perks for safe and environmentally conscious customers. These include discounts for low-mileage drivers and those who own electric and hybrid vehicles.

After being introduced in Illinois and then expanding to Tennessee and Ohio, plans are in place to continue rolling out Lemonade Car across the country.

Mitchell, a leading technology and information provider for the property & casualty (P&C) claims and collision repair industries, will support Lemonade in delivering an efficient, digital claims experience for consumers purchasing auto policies.

Lemonade is a full-stack insurance carrier built to provide the best, most delightful and most transparent insurance experience in the world, according to a company spokesperson. A Certified B-Corp, Lemonade gives unused premiums to nonprofits selected by its community, during its annual Giveback campaign.

Rozint explained Mitchell’s solutions provide Lemonade with the technology needed to streamline key steps in the claims process, including loss reporting and damage appraisal.

“Mitchell is committed to helping our customers---both automotive insurers and collision repairers---simplify and accelerate claims management,” said Rozint. “Lemonade presented an excellent opportunity to apply our industry-leading solutions with a partner that is poised for rapid growth.”

Through the collaboration, Rozint said Mitchell can assist the insurer with settling claims seamlessly while delivering an exceptional customer experience.

“The integration of Mitchell’s solutions with Lemonade’s existing technology stack will support an automated, digital claims process---from first notice of loss (FNOL) to settlement,” he said.

Lemonade is also leveraging Mitchell’s auto casualty injury claims processing solutions to automate both first-party auto and third-party liability claims.

“Automating these functions is intended to align with the insurer’s goal for Lemonade Car: to use technology to handle emergencies and settle claims seamlessly, providing the best possible experience for customers,” according to a press release.

“Lemonade is advancing the auto insurance market with sophisticated technology and Mitchell, being an auto casualty technology leader, is happy to support those goals with our specialized casualty technology and service solutions,” said Norman Tyrrell, vice president of product management, Mitchell Casualty Solutions Group. “Lemonade will be leveraging Mitchell’s DecisionPoint Medical Bill Processing software as well as a number of our Technology Enabled Solutions.”

Several years ago, Mitchell decided to rebuild its core platform around key concepts that included an open, cloud-based architecture, and support for proper and safe repairs.

“With each new customer, we believe that the market is validating this direction,” said Rozint.

For more information about Lemonade Car, visit www.lemonade.com/car.

For property casualty and collision repair updates and perspectives, follow Mitchell on Twitter @MitchellClaims and @MitchellRepair.

Stacey Phillips Ronak

Stacey Phillips Ronak is an award-winning writer for the automotive industry and a regular columnist for Autobody News based in Southern California.

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