John F. McHenry,
III, B.A., R.P.A., is the President of McHenry Adjustment Company, Inc.
Started in 1989, McHenry Adjustment Company is a property and casualty
loss adjustment company focusing on commercial property damage, residential
damage, premises liability and subrogation issues. With
over 25 years experience in the adjustment of casualty and property losses,
Mr. McHenry has often served as an expert witness, appraiser and umpire,
assisting insurance industry law firms with litigation and resolution
of disputed value and loss issues.
McHenry Adjustment Company, Inc, Southampton, PA
President -Full responsibility for entire operation of property
and casualty adjustment firm, including monitoring all loss adjustment
files maintained by the company. This position involves the handling of
all large Commercial and Homeowners losses as well as large Bodily Injury
and Commercial General Liability cases. Other responsibilities involve
maintaining a good working relationship with all clients, adjusters, accountants
and attorneys. Additional responsibilities include the preparation of
building repair estimates and personal property inventories using industry
specific software and maintaining all business related systems and records
necessary for the operation of a property and casualty adjustment company.
Other duties involve reviewing litigation materials and providing expert
testimony in litigation throughout the Local, State and Federal Court
Richard J. O'Brien Adjustment Co. Ltd., Southampton, PA
Vice-President, Claims -Responsible for investigating and adjusting
all major Homeowner and Commercial property losses, including but not
limited to cause and origin, preparation of estimates, negotiation with
attorneys and public adjusters, etc. This position also involved supervising
all personnel and review of all losses, reports and investigation before
issuance to the carriers.
1977 to 1979
Republic Insurance Company
Claim Representative - Investigate and adjust all arson and burglary
losses with initial training in the adjustment of wind, water and vandalism
losses. Other responsibilities included training adjusters in the area
of burglary and arson investigations. This position also involved major
emphasis on interviewing and securing written and recorded statements
from Policyholders, law enforcement officials and witnesses.
Criminal Justice, LaSalle University, 1977
Criminal Justice, Community College of Philadelphia, 1975
Curriculum, Father Judge High School, 1973
The designation of
a Registered Professional Adjuster requires 15 annual educational credits.
Specific information with regard to educational credits over the past
ten years as a Registered Professional Adjuster is available upon request.
Prior to 1998, many educational credits were accumulated through the attendance
at various seminars relating to arson, coverage, business income, estimating,
statement taking and origin and cause investigation.
of Arson Investigators
National Association of Professional Surplus Lines Offices
Pennsylvania Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters
Philadelphia Loss Conference (Officer)
Southeastern Pennsylvania Claims Association (Officer)
South Jersey Claims Association
of Mutual Insurance Companies
Delaware State Adjuster License #12678
Certified National Flood Insurance Adjuster