U.S. Forensic will join NAIIA members for the Southwestern Regional Meeting in Hot Springs, AR.
The work of Mike DeHarde, P.E. and Brian Darr, P.E. was featured in the Winter Edition of the National Association of Subrogation Professional’s Subrogator Magazine. The evaluations were to determine the cause of the leaks associated with the braided stainless steel brand water heater connectors commonly sold at the major big box hardware centers.
Rob Russo had the pleasure of visiting with IASIU members at the 2016 seminar held at Kennesaw State University.
U.S. Forensic is joining GEICO and others in combating fraud through GEICO’s Fraud Awareness Day. Jeff Stark, P.E. will be providing a post-theft evaluation course for their team.
U.S. Forensic will be exhibiting at the 2016 Windstorm Conference in Orlando.
Joel Howard, P.E. was a guest speaker at the Eastern North Carolina CPCU Chapter meeting. He also presented the U.S. Forensic courses Moisture Intrusion and Crawling the Crawlspace to claims professionals in Charlotte, NC.
Aerial drones were used to provide preliminary information of structural damages to residences following a tornado event near Dallas, TX.
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The work of Michael DeHarde, P.E. and Brian Darr, P.E. was featured in Claims Magazine’s November Issue in the Subrogation Tips Segment. The mechanical engineers undertook a project to investigate a large number of braided stainless steel water heater connector failures for one of the largest property carriers in the country.
U.S. Forensic was featured in Biz The Magazine’s Inside the Industry issue. This publication provides an inside perspective from top industry leaders.