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J.S. Held is a global consulting firm that combines technical, scientific, financial, and strategic expertise to advise clients seeking to realize value and mitigate risk. Our professionals serve as trusted advisors to organizations facing high stakes matters demanding urgent attention, staunch integrity, proven experience, clear-cut analysis, and an understanding of both tangible and intangible assets.

The firm provides a comprehensive suite of services, products, and data that enable clients to navigate complex, contentious, and often catastrophic situations.

 
 

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Weather Hazards & Insurance Claims Considerations Across the US
We discuss hazardous weather events by geography in the US, and why considering these events is important for understanding underwriting risks and handling post-storm insurance claims.
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Video and Object Tracking for Speed Determination Using Aerial LiDAR
We present a methodology for creating a three-dimensional environment and performing video tracking analysis without a site visit.
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Reducing Bias in Business Valuation Engagements
An overview of types of bias in business valuations. Also discussed are valuation standards and the tools experts need to support their opinions when challenged.
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Ports & Terminals: Potential Claims & Other Impacts Resulting from the Francis Scott Key Bridge Collapse
We discuss current and potential estimates of claims related to life, infrastructure, property, and more following the Francis Scott Key bridge collapse.
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2024 Hurricane Season Predictions and Considerations
We discuss CSU's 2024 Atlantic hurricane season forecast and considerations when preparing for tropical cyclones.
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Accuracy of 2016-2022 EDRs in IIHS Crash Tests
We evaluate the accuracy of speed data and primarily delta- Vx in frontal offset Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) crashes performed at 56 or 64.4 km/hr.
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