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Practice Areas

Pario provides solutions to matters that require a forensic approach. What does that mean? We apply detailed accounting and investigative techniques – drawing on audit, finance, economics, and data management skills as needed – in making determinations on matters in dispute. Our results (i.e. work product) are supportable, reproducible, and independently derived.

Our work is typically conducted within three different practice areas: Insurance, Legal, and Corporate (“Three Environments”). These practice areas have different sets of guidelines or rules that must be respected in the execution of an assignment and often impact the form in which our results are reported. However, the underlying nature of matters is often the same regardless of the practice area in which they reside.


Claim Adjusters and Claims Managers often find it is more efficient to engage an independent accountant to assist in the elements of claim adjustments that are intertwined with the accounting or financial condition of an insured.

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General Counsel, Chief Internal Auditors, Chief Risk Officers, and others in business enterprises have to live with the inherent risk of fraud. The threat always exists but the impact of fraud when it does occur can be offset or at least lessened by hiring the right expert consultants. Pario’s team of fraud examiners combine investigation and accounting skills to create a methodology that is consistent, supportable, and forensic in nature and yields actionable results for clients.

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Attorneys have a need for all forms of technical expertise from consultants to witnesses. This is particularly true for matters involving finance and accounting. Pario provides clarity by simplifying the most complex financial concepts so that non-financial people can readily understand our opinions and determinations.

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