Our History

Bierman-Condray was founded in 1918 by Paul J. Bierman.

In the 1920s with the addition of the wind and hail endorsements to the basic fire and lightning policies the need for catastrophe adjusters appeared. Mr. Bierman and Fred Schoeffler, Claim Manager for the Western Department of Crum and Forster, developed the first catastrophe plan pioneering in the use of field draft authority.

William E. Condray joined the firm in 1926, retiring in 1972.

Richard J. Watson joined Bierman-Condray in 1949 following graduation from the University of Missouri Law School. He retired in 1998.

Gregory M. Geil joined the firm in 1967. President of Bierman-Condray from 1991 to 2005. Mr. Geil is still active with consulting.

All stock is owned by the present officers of the corporation, who devote their full time to the operation of the business all in accordance with the stringent membership requirements of the National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters. The current officers are Mark Geil, Douglas Beermann and Barry Nelson.

Bierman-Condray/BCA Inc. provides both multi -line adjusting services, Claim Management and Administration services with an experienced and professional staff dedicated to providing service that is tailored to the needs of our clients. We emphasize excellence in services and economy in handling.