Jose holds a Bachelor of Chemical Engineering with a minor in Energy Production Engineering from the University of Dayton. Additionally, Jose currently holds the CII Diploma and CILA Diploma and is studying towards the ACII and ACILA designations from the CII and CILA, respectively. Prior to joining Lloyd Warwick, Jose worked for over five years with an international energy adjusting company where he handled a variety of complex energy and engineering claims arising in the US and Latin America and ranging from damage to offshore platforms and subsea pipelines to a broad range of onshore property losses involving, among others oil lease property, drilling rigs, rotating machinery and heavy equipment. Before his transition into loss adjusting, Jose gained experience in the renewable energy sector while doing research on solar adsorption refrigeration technology with an NGO in India, and in the manufacturing industry when working for a flexible packaging manufacturer in El Salvador.
Over the course of his loss adjusting career, Jose has handled claims across the Americas involving:
- Physical damage to drilling rigs, production equipment, pipeline and gathering systems, tank batteries and remaining assets associated with oil and gas lease properties – fire, lightning strike, hail and flood
- Offshore platform explosions/fires, vessel allisions and vandalism
- Refinery explosions/fires
- Subsea and onshore oil, gas and multi-product pipeline ruptures, including pollution/liability
- Turbine/power generator failures
- Machinery breakdown to heavy machinery and equipment.