MJM Investigations Makes Leadership Promotions

January 16, 2003

North Carolina-based MJM Investigations announced several promotions recently, naming Patrick Kanetzke to assistant vice president of Finance and Accounting, William Sodan to assistant vice president of Special Projects and Dan Keiser to assistant vice president of Special Investigation Units (SIU).

Kanetzke began his career with MJM in 1996 as the accounting manager. He has over 10 years of accounting and finance experience, including prior experience at Reichhold Chemicals and Coastal Physicians Group.

Sodan has more than 20 years investigative experience. He joined the MJM team in 1995 as a private investigator and quickly moved through the ranks to assistance vice president.

Keiser joined MJM Investigations in 2001 as the regional sales manager for the Southeast Region. He was promoted into the position of director of SIU and then assistant vice president of SIU. Keiser has 28 years of experience in the industry, with a focus on claims. Prior to working with MJM, he was the SIU manager Crum & Forester, a commercial property/casualty insurer. Keiser has conducted numerous lectures and seminars for the insurance community and is recognized as a Casualty Property Claim Law Associate.

“Patrick, Bill and Dan have all made a tremendous contribution to MJM through their dedication and commitment to our core values,” Michael Malone, chairman and CEO of MJM, said. “I am confident that their extraordinary leadership will be instrumental to MJM as we continue to lead the marketplace in insurance investigations.”

MJM Investigations, Inc. provides a wide variety of investigative products and services to insurance carriers, self-insured corporations, third party administrators and insurance defense law firms. They conduct more than 2,500 insurance investigations each month, assisting their clients in identifying and defending the ever-increasing number of questionable claims and lawsuits.

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