McLarens Aviation Launches General Aviation Division in the US

NORCROSS, Ga.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Feb 27, 2019–McLarens Aviation, a leading provider of survey and loss adjusting services to the global aviation industry, has announced the launch of McLarens General Aviation, a new division offering bespoke loss adjusting services to the US light aircraft market. A team of highly experienced adjusters has joined the global aviation specialist to handle domestic, general aviation claims across Continental USA. The move allows McLarens Aviation to significantly expand its existing US operation, which will now operate across a network of 19 strategically located offices, in 13 states. Locations include Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Melbourne (Florida), Miami, Nashville, Newport Beach, Oklahoma City, Orlando, Philadelphia, Prescott (Arizona), Sacramento, Seattle, Scottsdale and St. Louis.

The team will be led by Nic Stratta, who joins as Chief Operating Officer. A well-known and respected loss adjuster, Nic has over 40 years’ experience working in aviation insurance claims, across a number of major insurance, broking and loss adjusting businesses. Nic, who will be based in McLarens Aviation’s new Dallas office, will oversee a regional management team that includes David Gourgues, Regional Manager, Eastern Region; Michelle Brown, Regional Manager, Western Region; and Eric Rank, Regional Manager, Central Region – all of whom are seasoned aviation loss adjusting professionals.

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