While natural catastrophes are never welcome news, they are part and parcel of the insurance industry. And as devoted servants of that industry, it is imperative to be prepared to offer relief as residents, communities and businesses begin the task of putting life back together. As insurers and service providers send teams to the islands to assist insureds in evaluating and filing claims, the claims management process becomes fraught with logistical nightmares that if, unprepared for, can bring the resolution process to a dead halt.
Please join us on January 30 at Novecento Brickell as Carlos Rivera, CFE, MAFF, and partner in the Miami office of RGL Forensics, a global forensic accounting and consulting firm explores the difficulties associated with providing claims support in a CAT situation. Items to be discussed include: wide-area damage, utilities interruption, interdependency, contingent business interruption, logistical issues, ingress/egress, among others.
Date: January 30 2018
5:15 pm Registration
5.30 pm Conference
6:00 pm Informal discussion
6:15 pm Networking
Where: Malbec Room of Novecento 1414 Brickell Ave, MIAMI, FL 33131
Registration deadline: January 29 2018 at 1:00PM. Only 40 available tickets.
To register, please send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Casual attire. Cost for this event: Free
Carlos Rivera is a Partner at RGL and is highly experienced in the review, analysis and measurement of US and international business interruption and property losses as well as disputes for clients in the insurance and legal markets. Carlos has evaluated economic damages in claims from a variety of industries: energy, manufacturing, mining, hospitality, pharmaceuticals, retail, logistics and distribution, and construction.
Carlos is fluent in English and Spanish and has extensive experience with claims in the US, Argentina, Chile, Brazil, Mexico, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, the Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Puerto Rico, Venezuela, Colombia, Honduras and Ecuador.