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Rick Hammond

I serve as the Principal of Insurance Claims and Litigation Consultants, LLC, a firm that provides expert witness services and testimony on claims and lawsuits involving insurance coverage, bad faith, underwriting, agent-broker liability, regulatory issues and good faith claims handling practices. I also provide consultation and oversight of pre-suit and litigated coverage matters that potentially…

Amy E. Johnson

Joseph M. Junfola

Formed in 2019, with offices in Norwood, PA and Cape May, NJ, Junfola Insurance Consulting (formerly Junfola Claim Consulting) provides the following insurance consulting services:   CLAIM CONSULTING Coverage and claim analysis Multiple-triggered primary/excess/umbrella policies allocation Additional insured/contractual indemnity Litigation support Attendance: mediations, settlement conferences, carrier (cost-share/allocation) meetings, trial monitoring   COVERAGE CONSULTING Policy language…

Scott E. Bushnell

Mr. Bushnell is a Certified Public Accountant with over 20 years of experience providing Forensic Accounting services through national and global professional services firms. Know as the “numbers guy” his professional expertise covers Business Interruption Claims, Economic Damage Analysis, and Fraud Investigations. Mr. Bushnell has advised clients in mediation, arbitration and appraisal as a third…

Damian J. Arguello

Damian is an insurance coverage attorney and adjunct law professor whose legal practice focuses on representing and counseling commercial policyholders, business and trial attorneys, and insurance agents and brokers regarding insurance issues. In his consulting and expert witness practice, Damian also draws from his pre-law school experience as a claims adjuster for several insurance companies…

The Business Behind Business Interruption, A Forensic Accountant’s Approach to BI Claims.

Preparing business interruption claims takes thoughtful planning and insightful
analysis, clearly communicated to all of the parties involved in the claims process. One
of the most important factors is the breadth and depth of analyzing relevant financial
information related to interrupted business operations. Although this may seem like an
intuitive step, there is often a gap between the internally prepared financial information
and the analysis to determine lost profits. Application of due diligence results in a
smooth claim process, quicker payment from the insurer and a fair and equitable
recovery.

Akos Swierkiewicz

Akos Swierkiewicz has over 50 years of experience in property and casualty insurance and reinsurance underwriting, management, company startup, marketing and product research and development. He founded IRCOS, LLC in 2000 to provide property and casualty insurance and reinsurance consulting and outsourcing services, including company startup and runoff, arbitration, mediation and expert witness services, feasibility…

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Neal Bordenave, JD, CPCU, RPLU, ARM, AIC

Highly experienced insurance industry litigation consultant and expert witness.  Broker/Agent Standard of Care, Claims Handling/Insurance Carrier Bad Faith, Insurance Industry Custom and Practice.  200+ retention’s, 50+ testimony in Deposition, Trial and Arbitration.

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David Mandt

Dave has been retained in over 150 cases as a consulting or testifying expert on insurance claim handling standards and practices in both state and federal courts in a variety of jurisdictions, both at deposition and trial. He has been qualified to testify in Washington and Oregon state courts and the United States District Courts…

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