With more than 20 years of experience, Diana Kantner specializes in providing data analytics, damage calculations, future liability forecasting, predictive modeling, and claims management services to companies facing complex liability claims or litigation disputes. Her experience includes insurance claims analysis related to environmental, asbestos, PCBs, Agent Orange, and silicone breast implants — preparing and presenting to the London Market, Bermuda and U.S. carriers, totaling millions of dollars in recoveries.
Diana also has experience in the development and preparation of first-party business interruption and property damage claims. She has extensive knowledge in the insurance claims process, such as damage quantification, insurance policy analysis, allocation modeling, and the development of negotiating strategy. In addition, she provides other economic and financial analyses to clients in a wide range of industries. Her clients have included leading companies in the chemical, oil and gas, energy, transportation, agricultural, and pharmaceutical industries.
Prior to joining KCIC, Diana was a Managing Director at The Claro Group; Director of Financial Management for Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine; and she worked at Arthur Andersen in a variety roles.
Outside of KCIC, Diana enjoys spending time with her family, volunteering at her children’s school and in her community, as well as traveling and cooking.
- Litigation and settlement support
- Claims and insurance analysis
- Allocation modeling
- Data analysis
- Dispute resolution support
- 1st party business interruption and property damage analysis
1995 – B.S., Finance, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Board Member - Ballet Chicago
Associate Member - American Bar Association (ABA)
Member - Association for Professional Insurance Women (APIW)
Member - Professional Women's Club of Chicago (PWCC)