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CompuWeather Meteorologist Michael Geary Chosen to Speak at the 2012 Windstorm Conference in Orlando, Fl.

CompuWeather is honored to have Michael Geary, CompuWeather Senior Meteorologist and Forensic Specialist, chosen as a speaker and presenter at the 2012 Windstorm Insurance Conference at the Buena Vista Palace Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Michael will be one of three featured co-presenters for an advanced workshop titled:  “Windstorm Data in the 21st Century:  Practical Uses of Meteorological Science for Adjusters Handling Windstorm Claims“. The workshop will be presented twice on January 31, 2012 at 10:15 am – 12:00 pm and at 1:15 pm – 3:00 pm. The other co-presenters for this workshop will be:  Bill Read, Director of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) National Hurricane Center (NHC) and Thomas Bennett PE, RRO Senior Engineer and Partner from US Forensic LLC.

A description of the workshop is as follows:  A tremendous amount of meteorological and scientific data is collected to accurately forecast the strength, severity, and location of windstorms.  This course will provide practical information for adjusters to understand the collection, quality control, and reporting of this data through every phase of a windstorm event. In the aftermath of catastrophic storms, the combined application of weather data, forensic weather analysis, and field studies by forensic engineers during varied losses will be addressed.

We welcome your participation in this advanced workshop and also invite you to visit the CompuWeather Booth (#88) at the 2012 Windstorm Conference Vendor Expo for more information on CompuWeather’s historical past weather products and services for insurance claims, legal cases and engineering investigations.