Dean began his adjusting career in 2004, when he became a Multi-Line Adjuster with Crawford & Company until 2006 where he specialized in general liability losses, truck accidents, cargo losses and homeowners’ property losses.
He continued as a Multi-Line Adjuster with Sweet Claims Company for the next 6 years where he determined cause and origin of causation on first and third party claims including: Construction Defect, Products Liability, Motor Vehicle Accident including cargo losses, Property Loss (Commercial and Residential), and Liquor Liability.
He then became a General Adjuster for York Risk Services Group from 2012 to 2019 where he was responsible for the investigation, evaluation, negotiation, and resolution of property claims which are the most complex in coverage and represent the company’s largest damage exposures.
Losses include Hospitality, Condominium, Apartment Complex, Commercial Risks, Large Industrial Properties, Churches, Retail Outlets, Inland Marine and Cargo, Builder’s Risk, Products Liability, Premises Liability, slip/trip and fall, DRAM Shop/Liquor Liability, and Business Interruption.
Dean was also heavily involved in the response to Superstorm Sandy as well as Hurricanes Irene, Irma, and Michael. He joined McLarens in 2019 as an Executive General Adjuster.
- CAT Duty for Super Storm Sandy: Handled over 100 mid-market losses
- CAT Duty for Hurricane Irma
- Church: Fire (USD 2.5 Million)
- College Campus (155 Buldings) (USD 12 Million)
- Apartment Fire (USD 2.1 Million)
- Condominium: Wind & Water Damage (USD 3.5 Million)
- Hurricane Ida: 12 market losses; multiple locations: Avg. Loss size:(PA, NJ, NY, MD) (USD 1.1 Million)
- Hurricane Henri – Flood: Philadelphia Museum – Historical Artifacts – (USD 1 Million)
- Cannabis Fire loss – Value (USD 658.5K)
- Ivy League University – Fire (USD 3 Million)
- 1,500 Habitational and costal condo losses handled from 2020 to 2022
- Hurricane Sally: Multiple Hotel, Motel, and Apartment Properties – All claims handled in excess of (Lake Charles, LA) (USD 2.5 Million)