An innate curiosity and a desire to know how things work have been the driving force behind Alan Lurie’s 25-year career as a forensic accountant. Alan uses investigative techniques to connect the dots while measuring economic impacts in complex claims and cases.
Alan has worked extensively with insurance companies and attorneys in the quantification of economic damages for insurance claims and litigation related to:
Alan has examined losses across several industries, including construction, manufacturing, food and beverage, professional services, medical, retail and energy. He combines his investigative nature with a background in audit and tax to bring a thorough intentionality to his work – striving to uncover the most complete picture possible in every engagement and presenting the findings in an easy-to-understand format.
Alan has participated in numerous seminars and conferences on the topics of investigative accounting, fraud, understanding financial statements, business interruption, personal injury deposing a financial expert, valuation and measurement of damages to colleagues and members of the insurance industry and legal profession.
Alan has been retained as an expert witness and has testified in State and Federal court on numerous occasions for plaintiff and defendants in cases related to personal injury, contract disputes, loss of profits, subrogation and third-party liability.
Master of Business Administration
Regis University – Denver, Colorado
Bachelor of Arts in accounting and business administration
California State University – Fullerton, California