Damage Happens - What Comes Next? Steps to Claims Resolution

Taylor Fudge, Claims Management Resources

Damage Happens - What Comes Next? Steps to Claims Resolution

Despite best efforts, accidents happen. It is inevitable underground assets will sustain damage at some point. An immediate response to these accidents and the information gathered are key to determining liability and resolving claims.

Date:  Wednesday, March 2

Start Time:  4:00 pm

End Time:  4:45 pm

Track(s): Electric, Excavator, Government/Regulatory, Locate, Telecom


Taylor Fudge joined CMR in 2009. Prior to his current role as managing partner, he served as a legal clerk, insurance adjuster, client relations manager and director of sales and marketing. He is a certified Lean/Six Sigma Green Belt and holds a Professional Collections Specialist license from ACA International.

He graduated from Oklahoma State University in 2007 with a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Economics and then from Oklahoma City University in 2009 and with a Master of Business Administration degree in Finance. Taylor continued his education, focusing on leadership and entrepreneurship, at Harvard University and Northwestern University.

Taylor serves as a committee leader for United Way of Central Oklahoma and is president-elect for the Board of Directors at Upward Transitions, a local nonprofit working to end generational poverty. He received the Delores Fund Benefactor Award from the Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault for philanthropic activities, is a NextGen 30 Under 30 award recipient, is co-founder of the St. Joseph’s Society at his parish and a graduate of Leadership Oklahoma City’s signature program (Class 38). Additionally, Taylor was appointed to serve as Chairperson for Oklahoma City’s Historic Preservation Commission and in 2020 was named one of Oklahoma City’s most powerful young professionals.