Rick is a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Loss Adjuster. He initially trained with Price WaterhouseCooper, moving to GAB Robins in 1986. He learnt his profession at GAB and specialised in power sector losses from 1990 onwards.
Rick leads the RHP response to whatever catastrophe losses the company is instructed on. His experience includes many major losses in all aspects of the power industry, from nuclear to water and wind to biomass.
Outside work, Rick is a family man, a keen sportsman and a Leeds supporter.
firstname.lastname@example.org, 01423 525 100
Jane is a Chartered Accountant. She works part time at RHP fulfilling the accounting function. She is also available to the team to provide accounting support on cases.
Jane is a mother to three (almost) grown up children and a keen golfer. She is also involved with a number of charities, sitting on the board of one.
email@example.com, 01423 525 100
Peter learnt his trade with Rolls-Royce, working on the development of the Olympus engine.Following a spell at Courtaulds, he had two expat assignments in West Africa as Chief Engineer in both a rubber processor and cement manufacturer. On returning to the UK, he worked for Toplis & Harding, then GAB Robins, before joining RHP in 2003. Peter is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer and has led the RHP engineering response on a vast number of claims in the power sector and elsewhere.
Peter is a father and grandfather and a keen DIY enthusiast. He also enjoys sailing, from Mirror dinghy to tall ship.Contact details firstname.lastname@example.org, 01934 862 128
Gillian manages the office and administration function at RHP. She is progressing with her CII exams and is training to administer casualty losses.
Gillian is married, is interested in Japanese and Korean culture and holds an NVQ2 in Oxy Acetylene, MIG and MMA welding.Contact details email@example.com, 01423 525 100
John trained with a major UK composite before moving into adjusting in 1984. He worked for two major adjusting practices before joining RHP in 2002. He is a Chartered Loss Adjuster and associate of the CII.
Having very wide adjusting expertise, John now specialises in the casualty sector, predominantly on public liability and employer’s liability claims both in the operational and construction arenas, whilst still being regularly involved with property claims, particularly the recovery aspect.
John is married with two grown up children, enjoys walking and has been known to play golf.Contact details firstname.lastname@example.org, 01423 525 100
Ian learnt the fundamentals of engineering whilst doing an apprenticeship as a Millwright Maintenance Engineer. Via an array of engineering disciplines, Ian progressed through to disaster recovery.Ian is a qualified Mechanical Engineer, Loss Adjuster and is a recognised ‘Specialist’ with the Institute of Risk Management. In both the UK and Asia, Ian has built up a vast experience of adjusting losses in the power, engineering, construction and semi-conductor industries. Ian lived in Hong Kong and Bangkok for more than 10 years and built up a valuable knowledge of the Asian markets.
Ian is married with two children, an active sportsman and frequent visitor to White Hart Lane.Contact details email@example.com, 01423 525 100
David previously worked for a major international adjuster where he headed the construction liability team.David started working as a General Adjuster in 1980, moving through a successful start up organisation, which was acquired by a major adjuster.
David’s main area of expertise is construction and liability and he has significant experience in public and product liability claims, contract works and contractor’s liability claims, including contractor’s design liabilities.
Outside of work, David and his wife run a small yard specialising in re-training former racehorses.
firstname.lastname@example.org, 01423 525 100