Mike Coduto began his career in 1990 with a national independent adjustment firm where he developed skills in the commercial property loss discipline. In addition to completion of advanced training in both property and casualty claims handling, Mike earned his Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree and continues to advance his knowledge through ongoing industry education and training.
After joining a national carrier in 1996, Mike earned numerous leadership awards including “The Distinguished Leadership Award” (twice), “Best of the Best,” and the “Bronze Medal” while managing a litigation focused team in which he maintained sole responsibility for over USD 50 million in claim reserves.
Mike returned to the independent adjustment space in 2009 where he has added to his extensive background in handling large and complex commercial, industrial, and residential property claims involving risks in both public and private sectors. He has been involved with numerous hurricane and other CAT teams starting in 1992 with Hurricane Andrew and most recently with 2018’s Hurricane Michael where he is handling several multi-million dollar losses for hi-rise coastal properties.
Mike is actively involved with Property Liability Resource Bureau (PLRB) and Akron Claims Association.
- Hydroponic growing operation / greenhouse – Ohio: Contamination (USD 2.5 Million)
- Hydroponic growing operation / greenhouse – Ohio: Overspray (USD 1.4 Million)
- Awards manufacturing facility – Cleveland, Ohio: Fire (USD 1.2 Million)
- Gas Station – Cleveland, Ohio: Explosion / Fire (USD 750 K)
- Multi-unit apartment complex – Toledo, Ohio: Fire (USD 1.1 Million)
- Hi-Rise condominium complex – Miami, FL: Hurricane Irma (USD 4 Million)
- Various residential communities – US Virgin Islands: Hurricane Maria (USD 5 Million combined)
- Condominium complex – Morehead City, NC: Hurricane Florence (USD 8 Million)
- Operating hotel – Jacksonville, NC: Hurricane Florence (USD 4 Million)