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Senior Claims Associate

Phone: 678-525-4002

Fax: 770-924-4052


4037 Waterfield Drive

Marietta, Georgia 30066



Tom joined International Loss Management in 2002.

Mr. Dilbeckís aviation claims experience is extensive.  From June 1997 to February 2000 he was a representative with American International Groupís Aviation subsidiary in Atlanta.  At AIG Tomís duties included investigating, managing, adjusting and negotiating commercial, hull, general liability, products and completed operation claims for clients as diverse as general aviation operators to companies on the Fortune 100 list.  Tom is also familiar with all aspects of reinsurance and coinsurance on treaty and facultative underwriting.  He is recognized as an expert in the resolution of coverage questions, complex claims analysis, aviation loss investigation and litigation management. 

Tom holds an ATP pilot certificate, and he rated in CL600-2B19 and ATR 42, and ATR72 aircraft.  In addition to his work at International Loss Management, Tom is a Captain for a Part 121 scheduled carrier with experience in international operations with over 5,500 flight hours and 4,300 hours of command time.

Mr. Dilbeckís honors and activities include volunteer flying for Angel Flight of Georgia, service on the Airline Pilot Associationís Professional Standards Committee; a panelist on the Aviation Defense Managerís Counsel; a panelist on the Arbitration Forum, and office coordinator for United Way of Georgia.  Tom also participates in Habitat for Humanity building projects.

Mr. Dilbeck graduated from Kennesaw State University where he was President of the collegeís flying organization.  He holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in political science and pre law and is a designee of the American Society of Property and Casualty Underwriters.

As an active general aviation pilot and aircraft owner, Tom can respond quickly and efficiently to customerís needs.  In addition Tomís work on aircraft restoration projects allows him to remain involved in issues involving aircraft maintenance and locating parts which have often helped customers repair their aircraft more quickly and at less expense than was anticipated.


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