Building Consultant / Dental Loss Consultant
Reid Hannon is a building consultant at the RMC Group, specializing in healthcare and dental facility and equipment loss management. He has experience ranging from serving on the frontlines of large scale CAT teams to handling complex equipment systems valuations, always committed to streamlining the claims resolution process. Having managed logistics for equipment operations for efficiency, Reid creates practical solutions in large loss scenarios. He provides adaptive insight that helps keep medical facilities running and reduces patient attrition.
As a skilled and deadline-oriented consultant, Reid is proactive in communication and works to develop solutions fast without sacrificing accuracy. He keeps regular contact with carriers and the insured as needed, providing adequate loss exposures with the best interest of the insured in mind. In medical loss scenarios with practitioners as the property owners, Reid works directly with the insured to identify and meet critical needs. His attentiveness and high interpersonal skills allow Reid to smoothly and timely resolve claims with equitable results for all parties involved.
Total Dental Fire loss – Maumee, OHConsulted on a dental office suffering a total fire loss. Worked to provide adequate coverage for the loss, procured specialized equipment for the insured to maintain operations, and coordinated a temporary facility setup. Reconstruction estimates exceeded the owner's policy limit, to which Reid negotiated with the contractor to come to an agreed-upon cost. Surpassed client expectations by reducing costs to fall within the policy limit, allowing complete coverage of all services.
Dental Equipment Evaluations – Multiple Locations
Tornado losses in South Dakota – Sioux Falls, SD
ATM Evaluations – Multiple Locations
Hail Storms – Multiple locations, specifically Bellevue, NEConsulted on hail damage for multiple losses including Nebraska hail storm.
Hurricane Irma – Naples, FLPart of a large scale CAT team consulting on Hurricane Irma losses across Naples, Florida.
- 2006 to 2019 – VP of Operations - KC Golf Cart Company
- 2008-2011 — K-State University