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Arson Investigators Subrogation Webinar Series (A Partnership with IAAI)

“Fire Spread – Beyond Origin and Cause”
Tuesday, September 17, 2019 – 1 p.m. EST

This webinar will focus on the matter of 'spread' in subrogation matters, as opposed to the traditional origin and cause. This is primarily for fire losses, although can also entail water losses or other aspects of property damage. Often, the origin and/or cause of a loss cannot be determined, although that may not mean that subrogation is a lost cause when the spread of the loss can be a critical factor. Related to fires, this can be the fuel loading, suppression system, detection or alarm system, egress components, occupant or fire department response, or several other factors.

Shannon Warren is an attorney with White and Williams LLP and is based out of the firm’s regional office in Boston, MA. Shannon has been working in the legal industry for over 16 years and focuses her practice exclusively on property subrogation. Shannon consistently handles cases involving catastrophic property damages, such as fires, water losses, and construction defects. Shannon represents insurers throughout the United States but concentrates her practice in the New England region. Shannon has presented to multiple audiences on subrogation-related topics, is an editor of the Subrogator, and regularly contributes to the Subrogation Strategist blog.

Jay Kramarczyk is a licensed professional engineer in multiple jurisdictions throughout the United States. Jay’s work often entails the analysis of fire protection systems, including detection, alarm, and suppression systems as well as construction and egress. Jay is proficient in researching, analyzing, and interpreting codes and standards for fire protection, mechanical, and building systems. He regularly is involved with the analysis of failed fire protection systems including failed sprinkler systems and commercial kitchen suppression systems. He also analyzes fire and smoke detection and alarm systems, as well as appropriate building egress and construction. In addition to fire protection investigations, Jay is proficient in the analysis of mechanical systems and mechanical failures including water losses, ventilation systems, and gas-related events including fires, explosions, and carbon monoxide incidents. Jay also has the expertise as a Certified Fireplace and Chimney Inspector to inspect wood-burning appliances and chimneys preventatively and following a loss to evaluate design, installation, maintenance, use, and potential modes of failure.

IAAI members should register for this webinar no later than Monday, September 16 at 8:00 am using the link below and to finalize the registration by using the link contained in the confirmation email.

After your registration is approved by NASP, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Registration Fee:
IAAI Members: FREE
NOTE: Make sure to login on www.firearson.com first

Contact Chris.Burt@firearson.com if you have any questions.


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