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November 30, 2022
Ward Arms - forensic electrical engineer, EFI Global and Wes Hansen - forensic electrical engineer, EFI Global
A new landscape: Electric vehicle charging stations

Electric vehicles (EVs) are a relatively new mode of transportation in mass production. Using electricity to propel themselves means a new infrastructure is gradually being put into place – one which few are familiar with. It’s important to explore f…

November 30, 2022 by Ward Arms - forensic electrical engineer, EFI Global and Wes Hansen - forensic electrical engineer, EFI Global
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March 17, 2022
Steven Grutzmacher
general adjuster
Navigating water damage after a pipe bursts

For many public sector employees — including those with schools, municipalities, and utility districts — managing property losses may be just one responsibility of a much broader role. Imagine being a newly appointed school superintendent…

March 17, 2022 by Steven Grutzmacher, general adjuster
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May 07, 2018
Ed Reis
President Vericlaim Repair Solutions
Technology and the future of claims adjusting

As we prepare for the 2018 storm season, I can’t help but look back at the impact of 2017’s extreme weather. We have seen how vital it is to be ready to respond quickly to property claims in the field. Catastrophic weather events continue to test und…

May 07, 2018 by Ed Reis, President Vericlaim Repair Solutions
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January 04, 2018
Ed Reis
President, Vericlaim Repair Solutions, a Sedgwick company
Preventing frozen pipes during Winter Storm Grayson

You may need more than bread and milk on hand if the meteorological phenomenon known as Winter Storm Grayson turns out to be as intense as anticipated. The Weather Channel predicts that Grayson may bring the East Coast of the U.S. some of the heavies…

January 04, 2018 by Ed Reis, President, Vericlaim Repair Solutions, a Sedgwick company
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February 05, 2016
Fire Protection Engineering Team, Unified Investigations & Sciences
Automatic sprinklers and the Fire Protection Engineer

Fire and flooding are ever-present dangers for most facilities. An incident involving high-value equipment or stock is often a large financial loss for any business, large or small. The thought of process interruption or stock loss causes great str…

February 05, 2016 by Fire Protection Engineering Team, Unified Investigations & Sciences
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