Cunningham Lindsey, a global loss adjusting and risk management services company, announced the addition of several new team members to the organization.
Cunningham Lindsey announces the addition of Cullen Sophy as senior vice president and head of Specialty Services.
Sophy will lead Specialty Services division which comprises of Cunningham Lindsey’s Forensic Advisory Services (FAS) and Major and Complex Loss (MCL) Unit. He will look to expand and strengthen the company’s U.S. Major and Complex Loss Group and work with the international MCL Team to service clients globally on multi-national exposures and complex losses.
Sophy has more than 23 years of experience in several areas across the insurance industry, including global risk management, claims and litigation management, and adjusting in self-insured entities and captive programs. He is a licensed adjuster in 25 states.
In addition, two new members have joined the Major and Complex Loss (MCL) Group. Neil Schwartz joins as executive general adjuster and will be based in Pasadena, California.
Schwartz has more than 28 years of adjusting experience and has worked losses ranging from catastrophes such as Hurricane Sandy and Wilma to significant property damage resulting from fire and earthquakes.
Martin Vose joins as executive general adjuster and is based in Cunningham Lindsey’s newest office in Oregon. Vose brings 15 years of adjusting experience in areas such as property, marine and transit, construction defect and product liability.
The company has also expanded its Forensic Advisory Services (FAS) division with the hire of John Harter, CPA.
Harter has more than 16 years of accounting experience and will provide forensic accounting and business interruption analysis in relation to insurance claims. He is a Certified Public Accountant.
Source: Cunningham Lindsey
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