Fix Auto USA Appoints Industry Veteran Dan Tessadri to the Role of Director, Fix Full Performance Claims - BodyShop Business

Fix Auto USA Appoints Industry Veteran Dan Tessadri to the Role of Director, Fix Full Performance Claims

FIX USA announced the appointment of Dan Tessadri, who will be assuming the role of director of claims, leading the Fix Full Performance Claims Solutions (FFPCS) group.

Tessadri’s duties will include leading the Fix Auto claims management department to further provide efficient processing of claims for insurance customers, while delivering service and results through Fix’s independently owned repair facilities.

Tessadri will transition from his current role as California appraisal manager for Esurance, where he was responsible for the management of the Esurance direct repair program, E-star. During this time, he oversaw the performance and compliance of 144 repair facilities.

Prior to Esurance, Tessadri was with Progressive Insurance as a team leader and manager. His duties included management of field estimator performance, accuracy and development at the San Diego concierge facility.

Tessadri also spent six years as an Australian regular Army officer.

“As director of FFPCS, I am eager to start working with our franchisees to provide the best possible support and training to ensure the success of both the Fix Auto brand and our insurance customers,” says Tessadri. “I look forward to the challenge, as well as the opportunity to be working alongside some of the Industry’s most respected repair network partners.”

“We are pleased to welcome Dan to Fix USA,” said Paul Gange, president of Fix USA. “His wealth of experience and expert knowledge of the claims process through his work with Esurance and Progressive makes him a tremendous asset to the Fix Auto team."

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