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One Liberty Pl. , Ste. 4500, 1650 Market St.
Philadelphia , PA 19103

Paul Haynes

Manager, Forensic Valuation Litigation Services

Mr. Haynes is an expert commentator for the Time Element series, which provides articles on practical and topical ideas on how a risk manager or insurance professional can better understand the business interruption claims process and the challenges faced with such claims.

Mr. Haynes is a highly experienced professional with over 11 years of experience in public accounting, with specialties in the analysis of complex insurance claims, litigation support, business valuations, damage calculations, and forensic accounting. Specifically, he has been heavily involved in the quantification of economic damages resulting from first- and third-party property and casualty claims, loss of earnings, and time element losses. Mr. Haynes has also handled reviews of claims for fraud/employee dishonesty, extra-expense, contingent business interruption, loss of rents, and subrogation claims and analytical reviews of economic damage claims. Specifically, he has performed reviews of multimillion-dollar business interruption/loss of rents claims, as well as the analysis of multimillion-dollar litigation/arbitration disputes on the behalf of both plaintiffs’ and defense counsel.

Mr. Haynes is a Certified Public Accountant, is certified in financial forensics, and is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants, and the Philadelphia Loss Conference and is an association member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. He received his master of professional accountancy degree and a bachelor of science degree in accounting and finance from West Virginia University.


Time Element

Property and Casualty Insurance—To Repair or Replace

September 01, 2009 | Paul Haynes

Time Element

Business Income Losses—A Three Column Approach

May 01, 2009 | Paul Haynes

Time Element

Challenges in Assessing a Business Interruption Claim

February 01, 2009 | Paul Haynes