HSNO’s team of forensic accountants thrives on conducting complex investigations into accounting procedures that require precise measurement of financial damages. We combine accounting expertise with technical knowledge to analyze financial records and provide well-crafted reports for insurance claims cases. By working with HSNO, clients decrease the amount of time to resolution and ensure accurate evidence and findings are presented in testimony. HSNO has built a strong reputation in the industry and remains a leader in forensic accounting. Our clients know they can rely on us to uphold fairness, integrity, and respect for all parties involved.
HSNO supports adjusters on all types of claims, including property damage cases. During this process, HSNO assists a loss adjuster to quantify the different elements and degree of property loss during a property damage claims. Our scope of services to review and analyze the impact of property damage include:
- Verify incurred expenses
- Categorize expenses
- Interview experts in engineering and construction to get their opinion on the relation between claimed damage and the coverage
- Supervise inventory counts
- Calculate inventory and note shrinkage or quantify the amount of stock lost
HSNO professionals bring decades of experience analyzing a variety of claims issues, always looking at our assignments from both a big picture perspective, considering all facets of the insurance claims process, as well as the specific details unique to each claim’s case. Our comprehensive experience results in the knowledge of many different situations. Each person on our team is equipped to handle a variety of claim’s issues, and has the familiarity and expertise to execute a solution quickly, effectively, and fairly.
Each claim will be handled by our top-notch forensic accountants and overseen by a partner or manager within the firm. As a firm dedicated to forensic accounting cases we are able to deliver efficient and expeditious reports throughout the whole year. We do not perform tax audits or prepare tax returns like typical accounting firms, so we have fewer conflicts of interest when dealing with evaluating insurance claims.