Stephen Moseley is “a detail-oriented and patient” expert in the market. He leads the firm’s business insurance claims group, and brings over 20 years of experience advising on insurance claim matters.
Steve Moseley is a managing director in BRG's business insurance claims practice. He has over 25 years of experience providing forensic accounting, damage analysis, and business insurance claim consulting services. He has been retained to evaluate damage issues on complex matters related to breach of contract, construction and builder’s risk claims, property damage, business interruption, extra expense, product recalls, data breach/cybercrime, crime/fraud, and third-party liability including environmental, asbestos, and other health hazard claims.
Mr Moseley has led multidisciplinary teams to investigate loss events, provide forensic accounting, evaluate damages in commercial disputes, and perform analytics on large volumes of data. He has performed this work in connection with commercial litigation, contract disputes, complex investigations, insurance coverage disputes, mass tort litigation, bankruptcies and class actions.
Mr Moseley has also designed and maintained claim management systems, implemented reporting tools to evaluate key financial metrics, performed statistical analyses, and analysed data trends to support the review and preparation of damage analyses.
On business insurance claims, Mr Moseley has been retained to provide forensic accounting and insurance claim preparation services. He has prepared hundreds of claims totaling billions of dollars. He has analysed potential insurance recovery using proprietary financial models that consider terms and conditions of insurance policies, specific circumstances related to loss events, as well as legal and factual uncertainties. He has testified as an expert on cost allocation of damages to historical CGL insurance policies, has been retained to assist with claim settlements, and has provided litigation support.
Mr Moseley has provided services to companies in industries including railroad, manufacturing, utilities, construction, retail, hospitality, e-commerce, food and beverage, chemical, and oil and gas, among others.