Mark’s career in loss adjusting started in 1995 while attending the University of Guelph. Upon completion of his degree in 1996, he began his full-time adjusting career with Adjusters Canada Inc in 1997 as an all-lines adjuster, eventually moving to specialize in large commercial and property losses.
In 2006, Mark moved on and started his own loss adjusting firm. Continuing to build his exposure to business interruption, builder’s risk/course of construction and wrap up liability claims as well as professional liability and D&O losses.
By May 2018, Mark moved to global loss adjusting firm working exclusively on large losses. In June of 2023, Mark joined McLarens Canada Inc to handle large and/or complex commercial/industrial losses, specializing in Environmental and Pollution Liability.
Mark is a graduate of The University of Guelph with a B.Sc. in Environmental Science. He has obtained his CIP designation as accredited by the Insurance Institute of Canada.
- Major flood loss for municipality (USD $20 Million)
- Major water loss for hotel (USD $10 Million)
- Major commercial fire (USD $7 Million)
- Major construction product liability loss (USD $7 Million)
- Major construction water loss in high rise tower (USD $7 Million)
- Major construction water loss (USD $6 Million)
- Major construction loss for hydroelectric plant (USD $6 Million)
- Major commercial property & pollution liability for a refinery (Alaska) (USD $6 Million)
- Major commercial property roof collapse & pollution liability for a warehouse (Alaska) (USD $6 Million)
- Major professional liability loss for bridge construction in the oil sands (USD $6 Million)
- High rise domestic water riser failure (USD $2 Million)
- Crude oil emulsion and saltwater release (USD $2 Million)
- Commercial/Industrial building total fire loss (USD $2 Million)
- Agricultural fertilizer release (USD $2 Million)
- Crude oil release in Trinidad (USD $1 Million)
- Several agricultural fertilizer releases (USD $2 Million)