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RWH Myers knows how to prepare and resolve claims quickly and efficiently. We devote our entire practice to loss accounting. With our expertise in property and business interruption claim solutions, we provide our clients with measurable results. You can count on us for rapid, accurate resolution when it matters most-now.

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New York, NY

Chicago, IL

New Haven, CT

New York, NY

Pittsburgh, PA

San Francisco, CA

New Haven, CT

Pittsburgh, PA


Over thirty years of claim preparation experience

Bill Myers began his career in 1975 auditing property and business interruption claims on behalf of insurers. In 1982 he co-founded Dempsey, Myers & Company, dedicated to preparing claims for policyholders. In the mid-1990’s Glenn Rand, Sharon Wolfe, Bill Warren and Chris Hess joined the firm. These professionals co-founded RWH Myers in 2008. Today we have full service offices in Atlanta, Chicago, New York, Pittsburgh, Milford, CT, and San Francisco. Our partners have provided services to several hundred clients including Alcoa, Dana Corporation, Federal Mogul Corporation, Harris Corp., International Paper, MGM Mirage, New York Stock Exchange, PPG Industries and Williams Companies. We have worked on claims in over 20 countries.

 

 

Expertise from a team that takes action

Our accomplished professionals know what matters to businesses facing losses - a fair, timely claim resolution. We're driven to connect with each other and our clients to get the job done. Our team uses leading-edge technology, moving swiftly to develop thoughtful solutions and achieve measurable results.

 

 

Our Services

Claim preparation and loss analysis: Business interruption claim preparation across all industry segments, extra expense, property damage, builder's risk, product recall, fidelity / employee dishonesty, commercial disputes and litigation support.

Values and exposure analysis: Ratable business interruption value, location BI values, maximum foreseeable and probable maximum loss ("MFL" and "PML") computations, interdependency analysis, contingent business interruption risk assessments, and extra expense limits analysis.