Bill’s professional specialization has focused on performing analyses of financial and operating data necessary for determination and verification of insurance claims. He has also been responsible for evaluating economic losses sustained due to property damage and casualty losses, as well as other business disruption.
Types of engagements include business interruption, contingent business interruption, extra expense, inventory, physical damage reconstruction projects, employee fraud, and embezzlement cases, insurance fraud, financial condition analyses on arson cases, product liability, and third-party disputes. These incidents are primarily engaged by insurance companies.
Bill’s industry experience includes steel, petrochemical, utilities, cogeneration facilities, pulp and paper, glass manufacturing, printing presses, health care, hotel and restaurant, consumer goods manufacturing, entertainment, retail, and wholesale sales. He also has experience with Fortune 500 companies, as well as small to mid-size corporations, partnerships and sole proprietorships.
Rutgers University, Bachelor of Arts in Biology, Temple University – Fox School of Business, MBA in Accounting