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Dennis Martin

Executive General Adjuster

Dennis Martin joined GRS through the 2020 acquisition of William...

James Moomaw

Adjuster, Petroleum Engineer

James Moomaw has a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Texas...

Dennis Martin

Position: Executive General Adjuster
Phone: 727.423.1539
Email: dmartin@wkramerassociates.com
Categories: Property, Renewables
Location: Hartford

Dennis Martin joined GRS through the 2020 acquisition of William Kramer & Associates (WKA). His extensive experience in claims includes moderate to complex, catastrophic and high-severity property losses arising from a variety of perils. Dennis has claim experience in many industries including construction, energy, engineered risks, real estate, health care, manufacturing, public entities and utilities.

Dennis joined WKA in 2002, where he has served as senior vice president and director of catastrophe services. Previously, he was a founding partner and vice president of Engle Martin & Associates and was a regional general adjuster for GAB Robins. Dennis holds the Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter and Associate in Claims designations.

James Moomaw

Position: Adjuster, Petroleum Engineer
Phone: 713.598.5742
Email: James.moomaw@rwinkler.com
Categories: Energy and Power, Specialist Liabilities
Location: Houston

James Moomaw has a B.S. in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University, 1997 and is a registered professional engineer in Texas. James started his career as a field engineer in hydraulic fracturing, then progressed to projects focused on production and reserves for onshore US, Gulf of Mexico, and international oil and gas fields. James utilizes his broad experience in the energy industry to review claims.

James began working as a licensed energy insurance adjuster in 2009 examining claims related to blowouts, storms/hurricanes, fires/explosions, and loss of production/reserves. James has worked claims ranging from relatively small downhole tool losses to hurricane, blowout, and pollution losses in the hundreds of millions.

 

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