Envista proudly supports the International Rescue Committee (IRC) by donating $5 for every completed customer service survey we receive and this year, in celebration of Giving Tuesday, Envista will be donating an additional $5 to IRC for every like and share of our Giving Tuesday social media posts.
Envista was selected for two Reader’s Choice Awards from Canadian Lawyer. The fifth annual awards were published this week and let nearly 2,000 readers cast their votes to select the top vendors or suppliers based on service or product. Envista was selected for top Civil & Structural Forensic Engineering Expert Witness and Top Cyber Security Consulting firm in the Financial Services and Consulting category.
Gunslinger is a relatively common term in certain industries. Lawyers, doctors and forensic engineers or experts can all be considered a hired gun based on the circumstance. There is also more of a tendency to use a hired gun when it involves a large company versus an individual. But it’s not really that black and white. There are ways to spot a gunslinger, read more to learn how.
Envista Forensics, a globally recognized provider of multidisciplinary forensic consulting services for the insurance, legal and risk management industries today announced that Liz Peterson has been promoted to Managing Director, UK Operations.
ATLANTA, Ga.- October 4, 2019 – Envista Forensics, a globally recognized leader of multidisciplinary forensic consulting services for the insurance, legal and risk management industries recently announced several promotions.
Cell phone record location information being admitted as evidence in trial is occurring at an unprecedented rate. Juries across the world are being presented with call detail record analysis as evidence of a person’s location. This type of evidence is often used to corroborate or contradict an alibi location or an incident location and can strongly influence a jury’s decision.
Envista Featured in Expert Witness Journal: Subrogation Advantages of a Protocol and Use of the Scientific Approach In Fire & Explosion InvestigationsOctober 03, 2019
Prior to 1992, fire and explosion investigations were more closely aligned with the art of investigations, rather than actual science. Investigators relied on what they were taught by those revered in the fire investigation profession or through trial and error. Since then, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) published a document called NFPA 921 Guide for Fire & Explosion Investigations.
Envista Forensics announced the expansion of their cyber security services to include ransomware investigation and resolution. Cyber policies, like many other forms of insurance, need certain questions answered in order to provide payment to the policyholder. That’s where forensic investigation can come into play. Envista's experts can help solve what happened, and also why it happened.
Envista Featured in Barrister Magazine: Subrogation in Fire Investigations Advantages of Protocols and a Scientific ApproachAugust 09, 2019
When involving subrogation, fire investigation becomes challenging and complex, which is why fire investigators have moved from an art approach to a scientific approach, ensuring a complete and thorough scene examination.
Envista Forensics announced they have expanded their focus on subrogation and liability and have appointed two skilled leaders to head the growth strategy, Bryan Maphet, EVP Subrogation & Liability Practice Leader and Complex Major Claims, and Laura Whitten, National Account Executive, Subrogation & Liability.
Envista announces the expansion of their Australian operations with the opening of an office in Melbourne. With an existing office in Sydney, this new office location positions Envista to service clients throughout VIC/TAS/SA.
Envista Forensics Expands Global Major and Large Loss Capabilities Adds New Team of Experienced Claims Assessment Specialists with over 20 years Loss Experience in London and Global Markets, based in UK
Envista Forensics, a global, multidisciplinary forensic consulting firm, announced today that they have expanded their Fire & Explosion Investigation division in the UK and Europe. Since 2009, Envista has provided leading forensic consulting services to Europe’s preeminent insurers, loss adjusters and legal professionals.
Trucking accidents can be catastrophic, and gathering and interpreting cell phone evidence could be critical to a case. The data may help prove what really happened and who was or was not at fault. Misinterpretation of that data can win or lose cases.
Envista Featured in eForensics Magazine: Ransomware Attacks: Impacts to Businesses and Insurance ClaimsJanuary 01, 2019
Many companies often do not think of the depth of their cyber policy until it’s too late. We have become so used to hearing about new ransomware cases in the news and has become even more common hearing about these types of attacks on organisations all over the world. Something that was previously considered to be isolated cases, these threats are now affecting companies' reputations and bottom lines.
Envista Forensics, a global forensic and consulting company based out of Chicago, welcomes Alistair Ewing as Technical Lead, Cyber and Digital Forensics for their London office.
Envista Forensics' sister company AREPA, welcomes Scott Carroll to lead sales efforts across North America and Europe. AREPA is a leading provider of industrial and high-technology equipment restoration based in Silkeborg, Denmark, with U.S. operations headquartered in Atlanta.
Envista Forensics has appointed Liz Peterson as the Practice Leader for their Energy Practice Group. She will be responsible for the strategic growth and operational management of this vital component of Envista’s business.
Envista Forensics, a global forensic and consulting company based out of Atlanta, welcomes Dwight Francis as Technical Lead, Electrical Engineering for their Toronto office. Dwight has more than 30 years of experience in the electrical industry and will lend his electrical system and investigation expertise to the Canada team.
Sure, rain, sleet, hail, or snow may not stop your mailman from delivering your mail- but what about earthquakes, tsunamis, or wildfires? Various natural disasters can cause storm damage to your home or community, but by knowing what you’re at risk for and being prepared before a natural disaster strikes, you can speed up your storm damage recovery and help protect your family.