Can’t Touch This: the Do’s and Don’ts of Emergency Services/Repairs
September 24, 2015
Although emergency services/repairs are performed to mitigate a loss, if not properly conducted, they can also destroy essential evidence you need to confirm or deny an insurance claim.
Join Origin and Cause experts for a webinar “Can’t touch this: The do’s and don’ts of emergency services/repairs” to hear how to properly complete emergency services/repairs and preserve evidence on the onset of three types of claims: structural losses, automotive losses and fires and explosions. Featured experts Adam Lohonyai (structural engineer), Brian James (mechanical engineer) and John Coull (fire and explosion investigator) will guide us through this informative webinar that should not be missed.
Who should view this webinar:
- Insurance Adjusters
- Insurance Brokers
- Risk Managers
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About the Speakers
Adam specializes in structural forensic investigation and holds a Master of Engineering degree from the University of Alberta. He is currently a member in training of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA). Adam’s background includes work as a structural engineer providing consulting services for new building construction, personal fall arrest systems, roll-over protection systems, structural assessments, repairs, and failure investigations. He also has experience teaching engineering labs and researching building envelopes, structural health monitoring, and masonry walls at the University of Alberta.
Brian is a qualified court expert and specializes in vehicle, truck and heavy equipment fires, mechanical failures and product liability. Prior to working in forensic engineering consulting, Brian worked in the manufacturing industry performing design engineering and project management on an international level.
John is the manager of the Mississauga Branch of Origin and Cause. Accepted as an expert witness in criminal and civil courts, as well as at coroner’s inquests, he specializes in structural fires and explosions. During the course of his career he has conducted more than 3,000 post-fire and explosion investigations. John’s professional experience includes 18 years with the Toronto Police Force and eight with the Ontario Fire Marshal’s Office.