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Reverse Engineering: Forensic Alarm Science Investigations Yields Mission Critical Information for Subrogation Recovery

National Association of Subrogation Professionals, Annual Conference (Virtual) | 3:15 PM – 4:00 PM PT | November 17, 2020

Chris Konzelmann will present at the National Association of Subrogation Professionals (NASP) Annual Conference. His presentation, " Reverse Engineering: Forensic Alarm Science Investigations Yields Mission Critical Information for Subrogation Recovery," examines how applied forensic alarm science in subrogation claims allow the alarm system to act as a silent witness. The data harvested from security systems have been proven to demonstrate the actions and/or inactions of an alarm contractor and/or a central station. Serious defects and irregularities in alarm system design, methodologies, programming, installation, and verification of compliance to nationally recognized industry standards and best practices and UL and NFPA standards are also incorporated into the investigation. Case studies and important tips on the actions that should be taken will be presented to all attendees from both an alarm science and legal perspective.

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