Insurance Questions? Ashlie Can Help

Meet Ashlie Wernli, a senior client representative in NCMIC's Insurance Client Services department. Whether you are an existing policyholder or a doctor interested in becoming one, you can count on Ashlie to provide the first-rate service that NCMIC is known for.


Insurance Questions? Ashlie Can Help

Say “hello” to Ashlie Wernli, a senior client representative with NCMIC. Ashlie fields phone inquires at NCMIC and enjoys interacting with customers and prospective customers while representing NCMIC at state association meetings and conventions.

For the past four years, Ashlie has truly embodied NCMIC’s “We Take Care of Our Own®” motto. She takes pride in providing NCMIC policyholders with the top-notch customer service they deserve and have come to expect with every interaction with NCMIC. In fact, one of the things Ashlie appreciates the most about NCMIC is the way the company stands behind and supports its doctors.

Ashlie possesses a keen understanding of which NCMIC products and services best serve chiropractic practices. While at NCMIC, she has earned several insurance designations: AIS, AINS, API and AIC. Ashlie’s background and education have provided her with a broad perspective that makes her highly knowledgeable about the ins and outs of the world of insurance and proactive in anticipating and meeting clients’ needs. Whether you are an existing policyholder, a doctor interested in becoming an NCMIC policyholder, or have questions regarding additional products and services, such as business owners’ protection, Ashlie can answer your questions and recommend personalized solutions.

Before working at NCMIC, Ashlie spent eight years as a claims adjuster for a large property and casualty insurance company. On a personal note, Ashlie earned a business degree from Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa.

As an NCMIC policyholder, you can be confident in knowing that Ashlie’s extensive knowledge of the insurance industry provides her with the expertise to assist you and answer the difficult questions.

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