Forensic Accounting

Forensic Accounting

Forensic Financial Services

Forensic Accounting — Investigative Accounting — Fraud

Forensic Accounting is a specialty practice of accounting to support damage disputes as a direct result of an event. This could be through insurance claims, contractual obligations, and/or legal proceedings. We are retained to investigate, analyze, and interpret actual earnings and income streams of either an individual or business. The benefits of hiring us will allow a professional to organize and communicate the financial information necessary to formulate a conclusion based on relevant facts of the engagement.

Business Interruption/Insurance

KA Forensic evaluates anticipated forecasts matched with various aspects of indirect costs associated with a loss and ongoing expenses being incurred. We safeguard all aspects of a business interruption claim from the data accumulation, data analysis all the way through to the settlement.

Data Accumulation

A convincing calculation begins early in the data accumulation process. We can quickly identify necessary accounting records to perform a calculation that is convincing and supported by proper documentation. We know how to eliminate or shorten costly searches through volumes of data that might be available and efficiently concentrate efforts on the important issues. Our services include helping you with but are not limited to the following:

  • Drafting document requests
  • Selecting relevant and reliable accounting records
  • Reconstructing destroyed accounting records

Data Analysis

After preparing the claim calculation, we assist in the settlement process in the following ways:

  • Attending settlement meetings/conference calls to explain and defend computations
  • Reviewing and critiquing opposition’s calculation
  • Providing legal support when needed (Depositions, expert witness, testify, etc.)

The above operations are designed to assist in the following incidents:

  • Extra Expense
  • Builders’ Risk and Soft Cost
  • Property Damage
  • Inventory
  • Business Personal Property
  • Fidelity/Employee Dishonesty
  • Valuable Papers
  • Liability Losses
  • Construction Defect
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Subrogation