Mr. Goodman has been assisting insureds with property and related time element insurance claims since 1970. He graduated from American University in 1971 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (BSBA) degree. Randy attained the designation Senior Professional Public Adjuster (SPPA) from the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (NAPIA) in 1988 and is a past President of NAPIA (1998-1999).
Randy is a licensed public adjuster in 29 states across the US and the District of Columbia. He has been the engagement partner on many significant property damage claims including American Realty Advisors; Bethel Performing Arts Center; Capitol USA; Cammebys International; Carrollton Bank; China Basin Properties; Emmes Realty; Flanders~Precisionaire Corporation; Humphrys Textile Products; Jazz at Lincoln Center; Lifoam/Life-Like Products; Merchants Terminal Corporation; National Railroad Passenger Corporation (AMTRAK); New Piper Aircraft; PerkinElmer; Pillsbury Corporation; Poydras Properties; Reno/Tahoe International Airport; Southern Pacific Railroad; The Law Firm of Cooley Godward Kronish; United States Government/Department of the Interior/National Park Service at Yosemite; and Vornado Realty Trust.
Randy regularly speaks at industry conferences and presented to the Risk Insurance Management Society (RIMS) in 2000. Randy has also presented to the Annual Meeting of The Society of Plastics Engineers on “Insurance Claim Loss Adjustments”, and has spoken to the Maryland Bar Association on the topic of “The Effects of Lease Provisions on Property Loss Adjustments.” Randy has also provided expert witness testimony on several occasions.
Randy is the author of numerous articles, including the Adjusting Today article “Valuing Business Income Exposures: A Case for Blanket Business Income Insurance”, and is the recipient of the 2010 NAPIA Person of the Year Award.
Randy is married, the father of a daughter and a son, and lives in Owings Mills, Maryland.