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RWH Myers

RWH Myers is an independent loss accounting firm that works directly for policyholders to achieve optimum claim recovery.

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Experienced. Independent. Devoted to Policyholders.

When you suffer an insured loss, you expect your coverage to make you whole. However, your recovery depends greatly on how well you measure and document your losses. RWH Myers is committed to helping policyholders through complex business interruption and property damage claims. Our team uses leading-edge technology and methodology to swiftly develop thoughtful solutions that achieve measurable results. Our professionals are more than experienced. They are committed to delivering the best loss accounting services and value, sharing the Risk Managers' sense of urgency in the face of a business interruption loss. With full-service offices across the country, our work has taken us across the world. When you work with RWH Myers, your claims will go smoother and your recovery will make you whole!

Products 

  • Insurance Claim Preparation - Loss Accounting

    Property Damage, Business Interruption, Extra Expense, Cyber, Product Recall and Employee dishonesty claims have one thing in common- they all require accurate measurment, detailed documentation and in logical claim format. Experience and expertise is essential to a winning recovery, so selecting the right partner is vital. Loss accounting requires a working knowledge of insurance, forensic accounting and a good instincts. When it's done right, you will be made whole. When done wrong, you'll settle for less than you deserve.

    RWH Myers works by engagement on a time and expense basis. Our fees are eligible for cover under Professional Fees Coverage for claims work. Because we are independent, i.e. not affiliated with insurance companies or insurance brokers, there will be no surprise conflicts of interest.

    We devote our entire practice to loss accounting for policyholders!


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  • Business Interruption Values and Exposures

    If you are like most companies, the annual ritual of filling out the business interruption worksheet is a nuisance administrative task. The worksheet is generally required by the insurance company to track changes in the business and may be used as the basis to price your program. Along with general industry knowledge, this worksheet may be the most important item that underwriters have at their disposal to price your risk. However, the worksheet is woefully inadequate to explain the intricacies of most businesses and is biased to err on the high side – which usually means a higher premium for you. For a routine that is regularly glossed over, the results can have some pretty substantial consequences.

    There is a better way and we can help!

    You need to supplement the ratable BI value with information to differentiate your business from the pack. Developing realistic, worst-case loss scenarios, known as maximum foreseeable loss (MFL) and probable maximum loss (PML)...
    More Information » www.rwhmyersinsights.com/biv-grade.html

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Publications 

  • Checklist to Prepare for Business Interruption By: Christopher Hess, CPA, Partner, RWH Myers

    Learn how to prepare for Business Interruption losses by understanding the critical factors that lead to improved coverage and optimal claims outcomes. More »

    Checklist to Prepare for Business Interr...
  • International Claims Fallacy By: Christopher Hess, CPA, Partner, RWH Myers

    Resolving international claims does not require an international claim preparation presence. In this Insights Brief, we'll address the common concerns policyholders have regarding international claims and reveal what is actually required to getting the job done, quickly and correctly. More »

    International Claims Fallacy
  • Learn how to improve your BI Values! By: Christopher Hess, CPA, Partner, RWH Myers and Jeff Esper, Director of Marketing, RWH Myers

    If you have concerns about the BI Values that you've been reporting at renewal, this Insights Brief will explain where many policyholders are lead astray and how to get the numbers better reflect your exposure. More »

    Learn how to improve your BI Values!
  • Five Keys to Successful Claims By: Jeff Esper, Director of Marketing, RWH Myers

    Whether your company has suffered a partial loss or total loss, a flood or a fire, your insurance should make you whole. That's why you spend so much time and money to ensure your risks are covered. But it isn't automatic. Policyholders must properly prepare an insurance claim that can withstand a long and arduous adjustment process. As the experts at preparing winning insurance claims, we've outlined the five keys to successful claims to help risk management professionals succeed in this process. More »

    Five Keys to Successful Claims
  • Why Independence Matters for Claim Preparation By: Jeff Esper, Director of Marketing, RWH Myers

    Are you looking for expert help preparing your property damage & business interruption claim? Whether you had a flood, a fire or any other covered peril, hiring a skilled claim preparation firm will make the process smoother and result in a fair and timely claim resolution. There are many options to choose from but if you are looking for a firm that will have no conflicts of interest and is devoted to your needs and desired results, there's no better choice than the independent specialists at RWH Myers. This article explains why independence not only matters to your claim outcome, it is simply smart business. More »

    Why Independence Matters for Claim Prepa...
News: Insights 
  • Caveat Emptor (Buyer Beware) April 11, 2017 8:18am

    What is your insurance company saying about your BI Values?One of the services we provide to clients is the preparation of annual business interruption values and exposure analysis. In doing so, we have noticed several red flags that indicate something may be wrong with how these values are being reported to the insurance company. It’s not so much what the insurance company is telling you about your business interruption values, but what they are not telling you. Here are three red flags insur...
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  • Under Deductible? December 2, 2016 9:00pm

    Why You Need an Independent Review at the StartLosses that appear to be under deductible always benefit from an independent review. Deductibles for CAT losses have become more complex over the years and interdependent operations spread the impact across the organization, so it’s increasingly challenging to have confidence in the preliminary evaluation, especially when informing key stakeholders. Those who have had losses know, with hindsight, there are gaps in understanding and initial questio...
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  • Faster Claim Preparation, Faster the Recovery October 7, 2016 12:22pm

    3 Reasons to Get Help - Now! With Hurricane Matthew riding up the east coast, policyholders may have property damage and business interruption concerns. If it's been awhile since you've had a significant claim, we wanted to share a few  ideas to help you through the claims process. Any experienced forensic accountant will tell you, "The faster you get your claim together the faster you’ll achieve a positive settlement." If you have a property and business interruption claim, getting...
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  • Disaster Response Responsibility and Accounting September 7, 2016 10:16am

    Once disaster strikes, the first priorities are always safety and preservation of property, but there are priorities to consider ahead of a loss to avoid unexpected surprises. Disaster mitigation and restoration is a critical service after property damage, and how you manage it may impact the outcome of your claim. Though there are many capable firms that specialize in property damage clean-up and restoration, there are some that will make mistakes and others may even take advantage of the situa...
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  • What is an Extra Expense? June 28, 2016 1:51pm

    I am not sure why policy language has to be so confusing. Truly there are some complicated risks that insurance covers, but even the simple ones seem to be made complicated by the language used. A good example of this is extra expense. The words themselves seem pretty self explanatory; a policyholder spends extra money due to an occurrence and submits the expenses as part of the claim. Though it sounds straight forward, within a property claim these expenses require different types of measuremen...
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  • Claim War Games June 1, 2016 12:46pm

    Remember the classic 80’s film “War Games” where the computer system named War Operation Plan Response, or WOPR for short, asks Mathew Broderick in that See ’n Say computer voice “Shall we play a game?” The movie was a tense thriller that was topical for my Cold War childhood but pointed out, among others things, that all games are not fun. Insurance claims should not be a game, where one side is playing games as a tactic to delay or reduce claim payment. It’s much like a battle in...
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Web Site: www.rwhmyers.com 

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  • RWH Myers
    Marketing and Business Development
    200 W. Monroe Street, Suite 1575
    Chicago, Illinois 60606
    United States
    Email: jeffesper@rwhmyers.com
    Phone: 412.445.4431
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