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Micro-Bursts & Tornadoes
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Construction Accidents
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Who Are CompuWeather’s Clients?

Contributed by Kim Cuozzo, Marketing Associate, Forensic Weather Marketing Team

At CompuWeather, we help a variety of professionals with weather-related issues that they encounter. We’ve worked with many types of people, but there are typically three categories of professionals that use us most often. In fact 95% of the forensic work we do is for the following 3 classes of professionals:

ATTORNEYS – Attorneys are one main group that we work with. When weather plays a role in a case, it’s important to document it and find out what the conditions were really that day. Was a storm in progress? Could snow or ice have been on the ground? Could fog have caused the accident? Our site-specific reports, phone consultations, and expert witness services have helped our clients on thousands of cases over the years, with favorable results.

ENGINEERS – Engineers also utilize our services. Forensic and structural engineers need to know how strong the winds were, how much rain fell, how heavy the snow load on a roof was, etc. in order to accurately inspect and assess property damage. They also require assistance to determine if building materials performed up to spec in different types of weather conditions. Many engineers utilize CompuWeather for the weather portion of their investigations. This helps them to be accurate with regard to the weather and assists them with that part of their investigation outside their typical scope of expertise.

INSURANCE PROFESSIONALS – Insurance professionals are another group that we often work with. They need to know what the weather was like for all types of incidents, including slip & falls, motor vehicle accidents, and property damage. Knowing what weather conditions were occurring is important for them to properly document, evaluate and manage the claims they are handling. In addition to claims professionals and management, we also work with SIU investigators and subrogation specialists.