Exploring Plumbing Failures and Water Damage Insurance Claims

When:  Jul 30, 2024 from 14:00 to 15:00 (ET)

1. Introduction to Plumbing Failures: An overview of plumbing systems and their potential for causing water damage insurance claims. We will explore why these claims are a significant concern for insurance companies.
2. Best Practices for Investigations: A comprehensive guide to conducting thorough investigations into plumbing-related incidents. This segment will cover the step-by-step process of gathering evidence, assessing the damage, and determining liability.
3. Common Sources of Plumbing Failures: Identifying the most frequent culprits behind plumbing failures, including pipe leaks, burst pipes, defective appliances, and faulty components. We will discuss the telltale signs and risk factors associated with these issues.
4. Case Studies: Real-life case studies will be presented to illustrate the concepts discussed during the webinar. These case studies will highlight successful approaches to Subrogation and showcase the practical application of the knowledge provided.
5. Q&A Session: Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and seek clarification on any topics covered during the webinar. 
Benefits of the Webinar:
• Enhances the knowledge and skills of Subrogation professionals in dealing with plumbing-related insurance claims.
• Improve the accuracy and efficiency of investigations, ultimately reducing claim costs.
• Share valuable expertise from an experienced Mechanical Engineer with a specialization in plumbing systems.
• Engage in practical learning through real-life case studies.

Tim Himes, a licensed Professional Engineer in ten states, holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Grove City College and an M.S. in Engineering from Wright State University. With over 20 years of experience in a variety of industries including aerospace, healthcare, and forensic engineering, he specializes in root cause analysis for machinery, HVAC, and plumbing systems. 


Mackenzie Haberman