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Paul Haynes, CPA, CFF

Senior Forensic Accountant

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Paul Haynes has over 18 years of experience in public accounting. He specializes in complex insurance claims, damage calculations and forensic accounting. Specifically, his focus has included quantifying economic damages resulting from first and third party property and casualty claims, loss of earnings and time element losses.

He has also handled reviews of claims for fraud and employee dishonesty, extra-expense, contingent business interruption, loss of rents, and analytical reviews of economic damage claims.  Paul’s forensic accounting experience spans a wide range of industries. His is certified by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) as being Certified in Financial Forensics (CFF).

The CFF credential is granted only to CPA's with considerable expertise in forensic accounting.  Paul is a graduate of West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance and Accounting and received his Masters Degree in Professional Accountancy. 

Sill is the leading public adjusting firm in North America because we have the ability to handle every aspect of an insurance claim. When you work with Sill we can settle your claim faster than you would be able to do on your own.

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