Rollins Accounting & Inventory Services, Inc. Appoints President

RICHMOND, Va., April 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Rollins Accounting & Inventory Services, Inc., one of the leading accounting firms in the nation working solely as an advocate for property insurance policyholders, has recently appointed Hayes M. Walker, III, as President. Walker is based in the firm's Richmond, Virginia, office.

Since 1994, Rollins Accounting & Inventory Services has worked solely as an advocate for insureds in a variety of major insurance claims. The company's experience in optimizing the potential for complete indemnity under the insurance contract has instituted proactive and creative approaches in loss projections, analysis, and cash flow solutions that are not typically provided by accounting firms working directly for insurance carriers. Rollins Accounting has helped businesses of all sizes recover from losses caused by fire, flood, storm, theft and other occurrences. Rollins Accounting & Inventory Services has earned a reputation for service and quality through its commitment to protecting its clients' interests, and has become one of the acknowledged leaders in its field. Based in Richmond, Virginia, the firm also has offices in Rockville and Baltimore, Maryland.

A graduate of James Madison University, Walker began his career with Rollins Accounting in 1994 as a staff accountant. In 1994 Walker became a Certified Public Accountant in Virginia. Most recently he has served as a Senior Accountant for Rollins Accounting. Walker has overseen the measurement of business interruption and inventory losses for a number of well known companies including: Morgan Stanley, the New York Palace Hotel, Tessco Technologies, Vishay Intertechnology, ACS Industries, York International, St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital, PCS Nitrogen, Boral Industries, Gerber Childrenswear and Malden Mills.

For further information, please contact Barry Flax [email protected]

SOURCE Rollins Accounting & Inventory Services, Inc.

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