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Services

Insurance Loss Accounting

Litigation Support

Training and Seminars



Some Unique Characteristics

Walworth & Nayh, P.C., CPAs has a variety of unique characteristics and skills that benefit our clients.

Specialized Focus

We are exclusively devoted to helping clients resolve claims and disputes, by providing Forensic Accounting Services by highly skilled professionals to resolve the loss or damages issues. Our specialization leads to greater focus, responsiveness and efficiency.

Extensive Experience

Our experience cuts across many industries. We have been involved in situations ranging from small closely held businesses to multinational corporate disputes.

Responsive

We meet the unique demands of our clients. We recognize and understand the importance of meeting externally imposed deadlines. We are responsive to our client's needs, which may emerge at the eleventh hour. We are quite comfortable working in an often-adversarial environment.

Effective Communication

Our ability to communicate our findings in a concise and effective manner is one of our greatest strengths. Theses skills are regularly tested and improved with communication with our clients, adversaries and the tiers of fact, be it a jury, or judge.

Quality Reputation

We endeavor to provide the absolute highest caliber of client service in a cost-effective manner on each and every assignment. Our success in meeting this objective has helped the firm grow and expand with repeat assignments and referrals from past clients. Our clients know the opinions we express are objective, supportable, documented, and as such, they can be presented in an understandable manner.

Cost Control and Competitive Rates

Our clients benefit from our cost control efforts and favorable fee structure. Our experienced staff understands the direction each matter needs to take, and as such clients can be assured that the hours charged are for time effectively spent.  Where a budget is requested, we communicate up front regarding steps necessary to meet that budget, and what the resulting trade-offs to the client would be, if any.

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