March 21, 2018
Leonardo Garzon, a Director of DeSimone’s Property Loss Consulting and Forensics Practice, will join a panel of experts at an upcoming Low-Carbon Infrastructure Conference organized in collaboration by Mont Vista Capital, Lloyds, and the University of Miami. The conference will focus on how design, insurance, and risk professionals can better support coastal communities threatened by rising sea-levels and frequent natural disasters.
Thursday, March 22, 2018 | 8AM to 2PM
CCool Gallery, 1330 18th Street – Miami Beach, FL
About Leonardo Garzon:
As a Director of DeSimone’s Property Loss Consulting and Forensics Practice in the U.S. Southeastern Region, Caribbean and Latin America, Leonardo Garzon provides technical oversight and management of the firm’s forensics team in these regions, encompassing both pre and post-loss services. With more than twenty years in the design, construction, and insurance industries, Leonardo has extensive experience in the evaluation, risk assessment, forensic investigation, and remedial design for a variety of structures and infrastructure projects. Leonardo has assisted leading insurance and reinsurance companies, their representative attorneys and independent loss adjusters in high-value disputes, evaluating the scope and nature of losses and providing pre-loss risk assessments for properties in the Energy, Infrastructure, Commercial and Residential sectors throughout the U.S., Caribbean, and Latin America
About DeSimone’s Forensic and Property Loss Consulting Practice:
With offices working collaboratively across the US, Latin America, and the Middle East, DeSimone has designed some of the world’s most recognizable structures, while integrating a forensics practice of structural, architectural, and MEP professionals, who have handled some of the most notable investigations of the last two decades. From the complex to the routine, DeSimone’s Forensic and Property Loss Consulting practice is driven by personalized service determined by the unique nature of each assignment. At the heart of our work is the investigation of damage to structures, building systems, and equipment. In many instances, the firm provides expert reports and testimony.