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Like all other aspects of life, the forensic investigations of existing and new subrogation claims has been significantly impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Senior Mechanical Engineer and Certified Fire Investigator, C. Tripp Wagner III, BME, CFI, with Jensen Hughes joins host, Aaron Jacobs to discuss how to approach forensic investigations in light of the current COVID-19 guidelines and limitations and how forensic investigations may be able to continue at this time by considering certain critical factors and following certain protocols.
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