George N. Poulos

Houston Office
Director of Lloyd Warwick International (Houston), Inc. George is a Certified Public Accountant and a licensed insurance adjuster with over 20 years of adjusting and forensic accounting experience. Areas of expertise include onshore and offshore, physical damage, business interruption, operator's extra expense, pollution and liability claims. In addition to insurance work, George has also worked as an expert in various legal matters.

George graduated from Texas A & M in 1993 with a BBA in accounting.  Immediately upon graduation, he began working in the insurance adjusting industry with Richards Hogg/Richards Energy Adjusting. From 1995 to 1997 George worked for Quantum International Adjusters. Following Quantum, George worked for the forensic accounting company Matson, Driscoll and Damico until 2001. From 2001 through 2013, George worked at Charles Taylor Adjusting and its various subsidiary companies (Rush Johnson and Bateman Chapman). He is experienced with Physical Damage, Hull & Machinery, Liability, Business Interruption, Extra Expense and Control of Well claims, Litigation Support. Claim quantums have ranged from single locations in the US$10,000 region to multiple locations in excess of US$1,700,000,000.  He has gained experience in managing specialist claims and his portfolio includes the following:

  • Gulf of Mexico Hurricane PD / OEE / BI / CBI losses in 1998, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005 and 2008
  • Refinery and Gas Processing Plant Fires – Onshore US and Canada
  • Offshore / Onshore control of well and blow-out losses worldwide including Europe, USA, Mexico and South America
  • Onshore/Offshore pipeline physical damage and Builder’s Risk Claims
  • Pollution Cleanup – Offshore / Onshore US
  • Underground Storage Cavern losses – Onshore US
  • Rig Physical Damage – US, Mexico and South America
  • Fracking Equipment losses – US and South America
  • Tornado damage to gas plant – US
  • Marine Vessel fire – US
  • Renewable Energy Claims for Wind & Solar – US