September 17, 2018
DeSimone is pleased to welcome Patrick Brown, Director of National Accounts, to the firm’s Forensics Practice. In this role, Pat will facilitate the development, management, and growth of post-loss services, providing oversight of client-facing activities and staffing. The firm’s continued expansion of forensic services will allow DeSimone to assist new and existing clients, in addition to the insurance and legal communities, during all phases of a building’s life cycle.
Pat has significant experience within the forensic engineering industry and recently served as Account Executive with Envista Forensics from 2014 to 2018. In that capacity, he oversaw several key initiatives including the promotion of significant client growth in the New York metropolitan area, Midwest, and Mid-Atlantic regions. In 2007, he began serving the insurance market at Mellon Restoration, primarily responsible for developing and cultivating long-term relationships with insurance companies, their representative attorneys, and the independent adjustment community.
“We are delighted to have Pat join our forensics team. His extensive experience within the industry will add tremendous value to our organization, both in North America and abroad.”
Stephen V. DeSimone, CEO and President, DeSimone Consulting Engineers
“Pat brings a wealth of experience to our firm, along with significant client contacts, greatly expanding our ability to serve the insurance community. I look forward to working closely with him as we work to meet the needs of our clients.”
Charles Meade, Managing Director of Forensics, DeSimone Consulting Engineers
Throughout his career, Pat has coordinated engineering efforts on first and third-party complex insurance claims ranging from $25K to over $100M in total insured values, involving a wide variety of engineering disciplines. He has been involved in numerous catastrophic and day-to-day operations and has provided direction and strategic advice to clients on a number of high-profile losses including Superstorm Sandy and Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.