Juno Claims, LLC was founded in 2009 by Karin Barbee to provide unparalleled service by organizing client base in mass litigation through the use of database software and a professional compassionate staff trained to understand the specific needs of clients that have been traumatized by natural or man-made disasters.
For more than a decade Karin met with clients throughout the United States following catastrophic storms to assist claimants settle their insurance claims. After four major hurricanes swept through Florida in 2004, Ms. Barbee’s success shifted her focus from claims handling to litigation management as a state manager of the National Catastrophe Team. Following Hurricane Katrina, she went on to become the expert, negotiator, and specialist for the entire Gulf Coast litigation program, with special emphasis on mediation.
As the claims management firm, Juno Claims opened its doors as the BP Deepwater Horizon catastrophe developed in the Gulf of Mexico. Juno Claims quickly became the premier claims valuation service provider. To address a diverse client base, Juno Claims swiftly mobilized staffing resources, evaluated supporting documents, and analyzed business revenue losses thoroughly, and provided timely communication to each of its clients.
With proven experience in the insurance industry, Ms. Barbee successfully directs a self-developed database and a team of managers, adjusters, and accountants to accomplish the goal of closing thousands of lawsuits efficiently and promptly.
Ray Nafziger has a B.A. in Geography from Georgia State University focusing on Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing. He has extensive experience in home construction and renovation, claims adjusting, financial analysis and GIS work. He is also an accomplished framing and interior trim carpenter with additional experience in set-building. Ray enjoys developing relationships with clients as well as maintaining and servicing client needs.
For the past 27 years, Teresa Hamilton has been an operational and business partner of Pineapple Gallery, located in Mandeville, Louisiana. In addition to being a business owner, Teresa is a licensed insurance adjuster in Texas, Florida, and Louisiana since 2007. As an independent adjuster, Teresa joined Worley Catastrophe Response as a catastrophe manager and loss adjustment specialist. From May 2010 to the present date, Teresa has assisted the Gulf States recover from the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the largest accidental marine oil spill since the Exxon-Valdez spill in Alaska.
Because of her expertise, Worley then requested Teresa assist the Northeast in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene in 2011. Also, in January of 2011, Teresa joined Juno Claims, LLC as the Sales Director.
Her position includes handling claims, developing solutions, and building relationships with the affected community.