Brad joined MDD Forensic Accountants over 30 years ago and is the managing partner of the firm’s Philadelphia office. He has been a partner since 1997.
His practice focuses primarily on the investigation and evaluation of economic damage sustained due to physical damages, casualty loss and business interruption. Brad also has extensive knowledge in the areas of builders’ risk, extra expenses, products liability, third party disputes, and financial analyses of arson cases.
As a licensed CPA in Pennsylvania, and Texas, he has worked on behalf of his clients in a wide variety of industries, including: steel, utilities / green energy, pulp and paper, glass manufacturing, hotel and hospitality, gaming, restaurants, retail and wholesale, consumer goods manufacturing and petrochemicals. He has quantified damages related to the operations of Fortune 500 companies, as well as small to mid-size corporations and sole proprietorships.
Brad has a wealth of experience providing litigation support. He has provided deposition testimony over 40 times. He has been qualified as an expert on numerous occasions in both Federal and state courts, performing loss of profits evaluations and testifying in subrogation cases. He has also been hired by the United States Department of Justice for an arson investigation as well as a case involving ability to pay.
He has conducted seminars for industry professionals on business interruption, builders’ risk, overhead costs in inventory and business interruption value reporting.
Brad received his Bachelors of Business Administration with an emphasis in accounting from Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois.