Moraski will oversee the company’s Claims Department, which includes specialized areas such as Catastrophe Response, Special Investigations and Fraud Prevention, and Litigation. His hiring comes as Security First implements a strategic plan to combat insurance fraud. The company has begun building an in-house legal counsel team, creating 30 new positions with plans to hire 17 attorneys and 13 paralegal and administrative staff. This new team will also fall under Moraski's oversight.

“Greg has a proven track record in catastrophe response and the management of high severity and complex losses. He also has leadership and relationship-building expertise that will help us to build a collaborative culture in the claims area. He is a team builder who excels in building and developing direct reports and diverse management teams. We are very excited to have him on board,” said Security First’s President, Melissa Burt DeVriese.

Moraski brings with him more than 35 years of claims and litigation management experience. He spent the last 27 years of his career with Nationwide, most recently serving as Associate Vice President Southeastern Regional Claims. As Associate Vice President of Personal Lines Field Claims, he led a team of more than 600 claims professionals across seven states. He earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania, and is in the Master of Business Administration program at Florida Technical Institute, Melbourne, Florida. He currently serves on the Executive Committee Board of the North Central Florida United Way and is President of the Oak Hall School Athletic Booster Club.

The company has several job openings across departments, including entry-level and supervisory positions in customer service, claims, human resources, and product development. More information is available at