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Insurance Claims
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Construction Delays
Micro-Bursts & Tornadoes
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Construction Accidents
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Criminal Investigations
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MARINE CASES & CLAIMS:

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Marine Accidents & Claims
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Ship Performance Claims
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CompuWeather Is Here to Help, Educate and Train

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

By now you probably are quite familiar with how we can help you to professionally document past weather on your cases and claims, but did you know that we can help you in other ways? We attend and take part in many symposiums, conferences, and trade shows all around the country. We can give presentations or talks at these events, or be a sponsor with an exhibit or booth. We are also available to come in and give a presentation at your law firm, engineering firm, or insurance company office. If you use our service and would like your colleagues to know more about us, or if you have never used us and want a more thorough introduction to our services, we would be happy to discuss paying you a visit or providing you with a web conference or meeting. We are here to educate and train, and to inform people about what we do. Get in touch with us if you are interested in having us visit your location, or having us present or sponsor an event! Contact CompuWeather