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Why insurance attorneys use Qumis

The Qumis Cortex AI engine was designed by lawyers to minimize the most frustrating parts of the job and let you focus on where you matter most.

Maximize every hour

  • Streamline review from days to minutes.
  • Skip the research slog with instant searching—through your documents and our proprietary database.
  • Dive into what your practice has already done organization-wide with built-in collaboration and knowledge sharing.

Stay accurate, stay compliant

  • Identify potential issues with faster, more accurate searching through all policies.
  • Instantly search through documentation to find detailed answers.
  • Ensure exhaustive review of every possible detail and argument presented.

Client service with a smile

  • Sped up response times keep your clients engaged.
  • Communicate with clarity by easily showing clients relevant information.
  • Provide personalized guidance backed by more cases than would be possible to reference manually.

Get our guide for property and casualty teams

Read our step-by-step guide into how Qumis transforms your property and casualty workflow.

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Frequently asked questions

Does Qumis fully automate coverage analysis?

No. With Qumis, human intervention is always required. Qumis is an AI-powered knowledge platform designed to let you and your team access the right information needed to come to a decision, all without duplicative legal spending.

Do you train using my data?

No. The Cortex intelligence engine has been trained using insurance documents from the public court records. Our data strategy does not need or rely upon your data.

Whose documents can I access?

Your organization’s documents are only accessible by users within your organization. The Corpus is composed of these private documents plus public court filings and coverage documents.

What document formats can I upload?

Qumis currently supports PDFs. We are working toward expanding compatibility for additional file types and integrations into common document management and claims management systems.

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