Brian P. Henry

Attorney Profile

Top Rated Civil Litigation Attorney in Sarasota, FL

Rolfes Henry Co., LPA
 | 5577 Broadcast Ct, Sarasota, FL 34240
Phone: 941-259-0734
Fax: 941-684-0109
Selected To Rising Stars: 2010 - 2011, 2013 - 2014
Licensed Since: 1999
Practice Areas:
  • Civil Litigation: Defense (60%),
  • Business Litigation (20%),
  • Professional Liability: Defense (10%),
  • Personal Injury - Products: Plaintiff (10%)
Attorney Profile

Attorney Brian P. Henry is the President of the Rolfes Henry Co., LPA, a Cincinnati-based law firm with Florida offices in Sarasota, Orlando and Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.

Throughout the course of his career, Mr. Henry has proven himself a leader in expert preclusion issues and representing expert witnesses in a variety of fields for their matters involving fees and retainers, agreement disputes, discovery issues, and more. Regarded as one of the top trial attorneys in his practice areas, he has served as counsel to numerous product manufacturers and Fortune 500 companies in the areas of product liability, insurance and fire science. Brian’s practice also includes the representation of businesses and organizations in an “outside” general counsel role, providing legal counseling and representation on a host of corporate issues ranging from corporate transactions to human resource issues to regulatory compliance. 

His extensive knowledge in these areas allows him to provide a distinct advantage to his clients, and he has obtained a long record of securing the favorable outcomes his clients expect. Moreover, Mr. Henry conducts lectures and seminars across the nation on topics related to fire science, product liability, insurance and expert preclusion, and he has served as an adjunct instructor with the National Center for Explosives Training and Research and the National Fire Academy. In addition, he also serves on Technical Committee for "NFPA 921: Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations."

Recognized for his exemplary professionalism and exceptional legal abilities, Mr. Henry holds an AV-Preeminent peer review rating* from Martindale-Hubbell, and he has earned numerous other accolades from his peers, along with many positive reviews and referrals from his satisfied clients.

A 1996 honors graduate of Henderson State University, Mr. Henry attended the University of Arkansas School of Law, where he obtained his Juris Doctor cum laude in 1999. While in law school, he served as Research Editor of the Arkansas Law Review as well as a Moot Court team member. Along with his legal credentials, he has also completed graduate-level coursework in biblical studies at both the Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and the Asbury Theological Seminary.

*AV®, AV Preeminent®, Martindale-Hubbell Distinguished and Martindale-Hubbell Notable are certification marks used under license in accordance with the Martindale-Hubbell certification procedures, standards and policies. Martindale-Hubbell® is the facilitator of a peer review rating process. Ratings reflect the anonymous opinions of members of the bar and the judiciary. Martindale-Hubbell® Peer Review Rating™ fall into two categories – legal ability and general ethical standards.

 

 
Practice Areas
Lawyer Practice Area Pie Chart

Civil Litigation (60%)

Business Litigation (20%): Non-Compete Agreements

Professional Liability (10%): Professional Malpractice - Other

Personal Injury - Products (10%): Products Liability

Focus Areas

Non-Compete Agreements, Professional Malpractice - Other, Products Liability

Selections

top-imageSelected to Rising Stars for 4 years

Rising Stars: 2010 - 2011, 2013 - 2014

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About Brian Henry

Admitted: 1999, Florida

Professional Webpage: https://rolfeshenry.com/attorneys/brian-p-henry/

Honors/Awards:

  • Named as Connecticut “Rising Star” by SuperLawyers (2011, 2012)
  • AV® Rated, Martindale-Hubbell
  • Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator (2006 to present)
  • Named as New England “Rising Star” by SuperLawyers (2011, 2012)
  • Named as Tampa Bay Area “Rising Star,” SuperLawyers (2013-2014)
  • Named General Counsel to the National Association of Fire Investigators (2012 to present)
  • Selected for membership in the American Mensa Society, Member, American Mensa Society, 2005
  • Named as Florida “Rising Star” by SuperLawyers (2013-2014)
  • Awarded Paul Harris Fellowship from Rotary International, 2008
  • Named one of Hartford's Top 40 Professionals Under 40, 2010

Special Licenses/Certifications:

  • Certified Fire & Explosion Investigator, National Association of Fire Investigators, 2006 University of Connecticut School of Law, Adjunct Professor, Moot Court / Legal Writing (2006-2010) National Fire Academy, Adjunct Instructor in Fire Science Litigation Methods, Emmitsburg, Maryland National Center for Explosives Training & Research, Adjunct Instructor in Advanced Origin & Cause/Courtroom Testimony Techniques, Huntsville, Alabama

Bar/Professional Activity:

  • International Association of Arson Investigators
  • International Association of Special Investigation Units
  • National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators
  • National Association of Fire Investigators
  • Admitted in following jurisdictions: Connecticut (1999); Massachusetts (2006); Florida (2011); U.S.D.C., D.Connecticut (2000); U.S.D.C., E.D. Wisconsin (2002); U.S.D.C., W.D. Wisconsin (2008); U.S.D.C., D. Maryland (2008); U.S.D.C., N.D. New York (2004); U.S.D.C., S.D. New York (2010); U.S.D.C., E.D. New York (2005); U.S.D.C., W.D. New York (2006); U.S.D.C., D. Massachusetts (2007); U.S.D.C., E.D. Michigan (2011) University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas Juris Doctor, cum laude, 1999 Mr. Henry graduated from law school ranked in the top fifteen percent in his class, serving as Research Editor of the Arkansas Law Review and as a member of UA’s traveling Moot Court team., 1999
  • Florida Bar Association
  • State Courts: · State of Florida · State of Tennessee · State of Connecticut · Commonwealth of Massachusetts
  • Federal Courts: · Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals · Northern District of Florida · Middle District of Florida · Southern District of Florida · Northern District of New York · Southern District of New York · Eastern District of New York · Western District of New York · District of Colorado · District of Connecticut · District of Massachusetts · Western District of Wisconsin · Eastern District of Wisconsin · Eastern District of Michigan · District of Maryland · Northern District of Indiana · Eastern District of Arkansas · Western District of Arkansas · District of Colorado · Northern District of Oklahoma · Eastern District of Oklahoma · Western District of Oklahoma · Northern District of Illinois · Eastern District of Tennessee

Pro bono/Community Service:

  • Rotary Club of Hartford, President, 2010-11

Scholarly Lectures/Writings:

  • “Fire Science Experts: A Litigation Partnership,” (2010), presented at National Association of Fire Investigators Fire Litigation Skills Conference, Sarasota, Florida
  • “National Multi-District Subrogation Litigation,” (2004), presented at National Association of Subrogation Professionals Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • “Selecting & Utilizing Fire Science Experts,” (2004), presented at National Association of Fire Investigators Fire Litigation Skills Conference, Sarasota, Florida
  • “Avoiding Objections: Utilizing Demonstrative Evidence,” (2006), presented at DRI Fire & Casualty Seminar, Chicago, Illinois
  • “Litigating Fire Claims,” (2007), presented at Fire Findings Laboratories Conference, Benton Harbor, Michigan
  • “Fire Science Litigation 101: How to Avoid Getting Burned in Litigation,” (2007), presented at Hartford, Connecticut
  • “Selecting & Utilizing Fire Science Experts,” (2007), presented at National Association of Fire Investigators Fire Litigation Skills Conference, Sarasota, Florida
  • “Spoliation of Evidence,” (2008), presented at University of Wisconsin Fire Liability Seminar, Madison, Wisconsin
  • “Preparation, Proof, and Presentation: Assisting the Testifying Expert,” (2008), presented at International Association of Arson Investigators Annual Conference, Victoria, Canada
  • “Federal Court Reports: Philosophy & Requirements,” (2008), presented at Travelers Ins. Training Seminar, Windsor, Connecticut
  • “Fire Science Litigation: Experts, Attorneys, & the Clients Who Love Them,” (2008), presented at Volkswagen Training Seminar, Fort Lee, New Jersey
  • “Fire Science Litigation: Putting Your Best Case Forward,” (2008), presented at Chilworth Laboratories Seminar, Princeton, New Jersey
  • “Defending Your Product in Litigation,” (2008), presented at University of Wisconsin Products Liability Seminar, Madison, Wisconsin
  • “Comparative Subrogation: An Analysis of the Subrogation Systems of The United States and the United Kingdom,” (2009), presented at Travelers Insurance Company, Hartford, Connecticut
  • “The Daubert Disaster: Unintended Consequences Affecting Expert Witnesses,” (2010), presented at International Symposium on Fire Investigation Science and Technology, Baltimore, Maryland
  • “Protecting the Financial and Reputational Interests of the Expert Witness,” (2010), presented at International Association of Arson Investigators (Florida Chapter) Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • “Optimizing Subrogation Recovery: Tips & Tactics,” (2010), presented at Unified Investigations & Sciences’ Fire & Forensics Seminar for the Insurance Industry, Sturbridge, Massachusetts
  • “Factors Impacting Expert Testimony by Fire Investigators,” (2010), presented at National Association of State Fire Marshals Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois
  • “Expert Report Writing: Best Practices for Producing Quality Reports,” (2010), presented at International Symposium on Fire Investigation Science and Technology, Baltimore, Maryland
  • “NFPA 1033 and Developments in Daubert Litigation,” (2011), presented at National Association of Subrogation Professionals New England Chapter Conference, Hartford, Connecticut
  • “Daubert Standards for Expert Witness Testimony: Effective Strategies for Bringing and Defending Daubert Challenges,” (2011), presented through Strafford Webinar Publications, Hartford, Connecticut
  • “Supervising the Arson Case,” (2011), presented at Travelers Insurance Claim University, Windsor, Connecticut
  • Selecting & Utilizing Fire Experts,” (2011), presented at National Association of Fire Investigators Fire Litigation Skills Conference, Sarasota, Florida
  • “Selecting & Utilizing Fire Experts: A Litigation Partnership,” (2012), presented at National Association of Fire Investigators Fire Litigation Skills Conference, Sarasota, Florida
  • “The Daubert Disaster: Unintended Consequences Affecting Insurers,” (2011), presented at National Association of Subrogation Professionals Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • “Comprehensive Retention Agreements: Protecting the Professional & Financial Well-Being of the Expert Witness,” (2012), presented at Insurance Committee for Arson Control Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • “Expert Report Writing: Preparation of Comprehensive Expert Reports,” (2012), presented at Insurance Committee for Arson Control Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • “The Daubert Disaster: Unintended Consequences Affecting Insurers and Experts,” (2012), presented at RIMKUS 9th Annual Continuing Education Seminar, Tampa, Florida
  • “Practical Considerations Affecting Fire Loss Investigation and Litigation,” (2013), presented at Liberty Mutual Training Seminar, Weston, Massachusetts
  • “Advanced Origin and Cause: Litigation Partnerships,” (2012), presented at Liberty Mutual Training Seminar, Denver, Colorado
  • “Using Social Media Effectively to Investigate Insurance Claims,” (2012), presented at The CPCU Society Regional Conference, Boston, Massachusetts
  • “Introduction to Event Data Recorders and SIU Case Studies,” (2013), presented a Claims Litigation Management Florida Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • “Legal Considerations Affecting Fire Loss Litigation,” (2013), presented at National Fire Academy, Emmitsburg, Maryland
  • “Don’t Get Burned! Key Strategies for the Testifying Expert,” (2013), presented at International Association of Arson Investigators Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • “Practical Considerations Affecting Large Property Losses and Resultant Litigation,” (2013), presented at Liberty Mutual Training Seminar, Dallas, Texas
  • “The Investigation and Trial of Fraudulent Claims,” (2014), presented at Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company Major Case Unit Training Seminar, Columbus, Ohio
  • “Strategies for Success for the 21st Century Expert,” (2013), presented at Unified Investigations & Sciences, Inc., Training Seminar, Atlanta, Georgia
  • “The Testifying Expert,” (2013), presented at National Association of Fire Investigators Fire Litigation Skills Conference, Sarasota, Florida
  • “The Daubert Disaster: Unintended Consequences Facing Insurers and Experts,” (2013), presented at National Society for Professional Insurance Investigators Annual Conference, St. Louis, Missouri
  • “A Burning Ring of Fire – Fire Litigation Pitfall Avoidance,” (2013), presented at Fire & Explosion Consultants Training Seminar, Nassau, Bahamas
  • “Fundamentals of Fire Investigation,” (2014), presented at New York Chapter of International Association of Arson Investigators, Rochester, New York
  • “The Daubert Disaster: Unintended Consequences Facing Insurers, Experts, and Attorneys,” (2014), presented Insurance Committee for Arson Control Annual Conference, Charlotte, North Carolina
  • “NFPA 921, NFPA 1033, and the 4th Amendment: Basic Standards for Fire Investigation,” (2014), presented at New York Chapter of International Association of Arson Investigators, Albany, New York
  • “Ensuring Your Survival as a Testifying Expert: NFPA 1033, Daubert, and the Curriculum Vitae,” (2014), presented at Oakland County Association of Arson & Fire Investigators, Auburn Hills, Michigan
  • “Fire Litigation Panel Discussion on Expert Testimony, Daubert, Negative Corpus, and Spoliation of Evidence,” (2015), presented at IAAI Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois
  • “Don’t Get Burned! Key Strategies for the Testifying Investigator,” (2014), presented at Massachusetts International Association of Arson Investigators Annual Conference, Cape Cod, Massachusetts
  • “Don’t Get Burned! Key Strategies for the Testifying Investigator,” (2014), presented at Vermont International Association of Arson Investigators Annual Conference, Rutland, Vermont
  • “Cause vs. Classification, ‘Human Act’ Language, and Negative Corpus vs. Process of Elimination,” (2014), presented to Fire & Explosion Consultants, LLC Training Seminar, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • “Don’t Get Burned! Key Strategies for the Testifying Investigator,” (2014), presented at National Association of Fire Investigators Annual Conference, Sarasota, Florida
  • “Knowledge vs. Persuasion: Preparing Subject Matter Experts to Become Testifying Experts,” (2014), presented at IMS Expert Services Training Seminar, Pensacola, Florida
  • “Don’t Get Burned! Key Strategies for the Testifying Investigator,” (2014), presented at Greater Cincinnati Regional Arson & Fire Investigators Annual Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • “Key Strategies for the Testifying Investigator,” (2014), presented at National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators Annual Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • “A Confluence of Uncertainties: NFPA 921’s Missteps on Process of Elimination & Negative Corpus,” (2015), presented at Insurance Committee for Arson Control Annual Seminar, Orlando, Florida
  • “A Confluence of Uncertainties: NFPA 921’s Missteps on Process of Elimination & Negative Corpus,” (2015), presented at Liberty Mutual Fire Investigative Unit Training Seminar, Fairfield, Ohio
  • “Don’t Get Burned! Key Strategies for the Testifying Investigator,” (2015), presented at Virginia IAAI Annual Conference, Staunton, Virginia
  • “A Confluence of Uncertainties: NFPA 921’s Missteps on Process of Elimination & Negative Corpus,” (2015), presented at New York IAAI Annual Conference, Syracuse, New York
  • “Ensuring NFPA 1033 Compliance and Preparing Comprehensive Expert Reports,” (2015), presented at Fire & Explosion Consultants Training Seminar, Dayton, Ohio
  • “A Confluence of Uncertainties: NFPA 921’s Missteps on Process of Elimination & Negative Corpus,” (2015), presented at IAAI Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois
  • “Fire Science Fundamentals: Legal Considerations, the Fourth Amendment, and the Fifth Amendment,” (2015), presented at IAAI Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois
  • “Process of Elimination & Negative Corpus / Understanding Cause & Classification, and Avoiding Confusion,” (2015), presented at Smith, Rolfes & Skavdahl 2015 Fire Science Seminar, Mason, Ohio
  • “Don’t Get Burned! Key Strategies for the Testifying Investigator,” (2015), presented at National Association of Fire Investigators Annual Conference, Sarasota, Florida
  • “The 1.21 Jigawatt Equation: Doc Brown’s Daubert Challenge Survival Guide,” (2015), presented at Colorado Defense Lawyers Association Annual Conference, Steamboat Springs, Colorado
  • “The 1.21 Jigawatt Equation: Doc Brown’s Daubert Challenge Survival Guide,” (2015), presented at National Center for Explosives Training Seminar for Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, Huntsville, Alabama
  • “Insurance Claims and the State of Florida: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You,” (2015), presented at Celina Insurance Company Training Seminar, Celina, Ohio
  • "Fire Science Litigation Considerations: Managing Experts, Reports, and Applicable Standards,” (2015), presented at Allstate Insurance Company Training Seminar, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • “Off the Rails: How Experts Can Avoid the Testimonial Train Wreck,” (2016), presented at Fire & Explosion Consultants, LLC, Training Conference, Oregon, Ohio
  • “Off the Rails: How Experts Can Avoid the Testimonial Train Wreck,” (2016), presented at Liberty Mutual Insurance Training Seminar, Lake Mary, Florida
  • “Navigating Insurance Bad Faith Litigation: Ignorance is NOT Bliss!,” (2016), presented at American Integrity Insurance Company Training Seminar, Tampa, Florida
  • “Insurance Claims and the State of Florida: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You,” (2016), presented at Great American Insurance Company Training Seminar, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • “The 1.21 Jigawatt Equation: Doc Brown’s Daubert Challenge Survival Guide,” (2016), presented at Utah Defense Lawyers Association Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah
  • “Practical Considerations in Fire Claims and Litigation,” (2016), presented at State Auto Insurance Company Training Seminar, Columbus, Ohio
  • “Vetting the Fire Science Expert,” (2016), presented to National Association of Subrogation Professionals / International Association of Arson Investigators Webinar Training
  • “Off the Rails: How Experts Can Avoid the Testimonial Train Wreck,” (2016), presented at Arizona Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators Annual Conference, Prescott, Arizona
  • “A Confluence of Uncertainties: NFPA 921’s Missteps on Process of Elimination & Negative Corpus,” (2016), presented at Arizona Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators Annual Conference, Prescott, Arizona
  • “Key Strategies of the Testifying Investigator,” (2016), presented at Arizona Chapter of the International Association of Arson Investigators Annual Conference, Prescott, Arizona
  • “Facing the Daubert Challenge,” (2016), presented at National Center for Explosives Training & Research Seminar for Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives, Huntsville, Alabama
  • “Go Ahead! Make My Case! An Attorney’s Guide for the Testifying Expert,” (2016), presented at Donan Engineering Company Training Seminar, Louisville, Kentucky
  • “Insurance Claims and the State of Florida: What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You!”, (2016), presented at Hastings Mutual Insurance Company Training Seminar, Columbus, Ohio
  • “Advanced Origin & Cause / Courtroom Testimony,” (2017), presented at National Center for Explosives Training & Research, Huntsville, Alabama
  • “Continuing the Investigation Beyond the Fire Scene,” (2016), presented at Fire & Explosion Consultants Training Seminar, Dayton, Ohio
  • “Vetting & Selecting the Right Experts and Attorneys for Your Fire Science Case,” (2017), presented at International Association of Arson Investigators Annual Conference, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • “Go Ahead! Make My Case! An Attorney’s Guide for the Testifying Expert,” (2017), presented at National Association of Fire Investigators Annual Conference, Tampa, Florida
  • “Carpe Diem! Perspectives on Testifying in Fire Science Litigation,” (2017), presented at Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms & Explosives Arson-for-Prosecutors Training Seminar, San Diego, California
  • “The Sharing Economy: Insurance Concerns Regarding Uber, Lyft, & AirBnb,” (2018), presented at The National Society of Professional Insurance Investigators Annual Conference, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • “Attorneys Make Strange Bedfellows,” (2017), presented at IMS ExpertServices Internal Training Seminar, Pensacola, Florida
  • “Pushing Boulders Uphill: Managing the IMS / Expert Witness Relationship,” (2017), presented at IMS ExpertServices Internal Training Seminar, Pensacola, Florida
  • “Navigating Insurance Bad Faith Litigation: Ignorance is Not Bliss,” (2018), presented at American Integrity Insurance Company Internal Training Seminar, Tampa, Florida
  • “So You Want to Be a Testifying Investigator?”, (2018), presented at North Carolina International Association of Arson Investigators Annual Conference, Burlington, North Carolina
  • “Advanced Origin & Cause / Courtroom Testimony,” (2018), presented at National Center for Explosives Training & Research, Huntsville, Alabama
  • "Experts, Adjusters, and the Fire Scene: The Crucial First Steps," (2018), International Association of Special Investigation Units Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland
  • “How to Win Big as a Testifying Expert: Meeting and Exceeding Client Expectations,” (2019), presented at National Association of Fire Investigators Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland
  • “Tactics for the Expert Witness: Client Expectations, Expert Preclusion, and Testimonial Techniques,” (2019), presented at EFI Global, Inc. Regional Conference, Tampa, Florida
  • “Tactics for the Expert Witness: Client Expectations, Expert Preclusion, and Testimonial Techniques,” (2019), presented at EFI Global, Inc. Regional Conference, Dallas, Texas
  • “Use of Experts in Claims Litigation,” (2019), presented at CLM Annual Conference, Orlando, Florida
  • “Here We Go Again! Florida Supreme Court Reverses Itself and Endorses Daubert Standard for Expert Testimony,” (2019), published in NSPII News Magazine
  • “Beyond the Fire Scene: Developing Your Skills as a Testifying Investigator,” (2019), presented at Will, Cook & Grundy County Fire Investigative Task Force Annual Conference, Tinley Park, Illinois
  • “The Sharing Economy: Insurance Concerns Regarding Uber, Lyft, & AirBNB,” (2019), presented at The CPCU Society Annual Conference (Spokane Chapter), Spokane, Washington
  • “Tactics for the Expert Witness: Client Expectations, Expert Preclusion, & Testimonial Techniques,” (2019), presented at Hays Fire Investigations Training Seminar, Sanford, Florida
  • “The Arson Case Handbook: What to Expect from the Defense,” (2019), presented at the National Center for Explosives Training & Research, Huntsville, Alabama
  • “The Bell Tolls for AOB Litigation: New Law Enacts Game- Changing Reforms,” (2019), published in CLM Magazine
  • “Leadership: Effectively Influencing Others,” (2019) presented at CLM Claims College School of Leadership, Baltimore, Maryland
  • “The Moral Watchdogs Ride Again: The Arkansas Supreme Court Condemns an All-American Pastime,” 52 Ark. L. Rev. 453 (1999)
  • “The Testifying Expert,” (2007), published in Fire Findings Magazine
  • “Expert Report Writing: Best Practices for Producing Quality Reports,” (2011), published in Fire and Arson Investigator Magazine
  • “Ensuring the Professional and Financial Well-Being of the Expert Witness,” (2011), published online with IMS Expert Services’ Expert Library
  • “The Daubert Disaster: Unintended Consequences Affecting Expert Witnesses,” (2011), published in The National Fire Investigator
  • “Best Practices for Producing Quality Expert Reports,” (2012), published in The National Fire Investigator
  • “Is a Picture Worth a Thousand Words, Claims, or Lawsuits?,” (2013), published in Claims Management Magazine
  • “Fitting a Square Peg Into a Round Hole: Fire Classification Under NFPA 921,” (2016), published in NSPII News Magazine
  • “Flying Blind – Cars That Take to the Air Are Here, But What Are the Insurance and Claims Implications?” (2018), published in CLM Magazine
  • “The Millennials Are Coming...Are They More Likely to Scam Insurers?" (2018), published in NSPII News Magazine
  • "Where Does Your Duty Rest. Insurance Carriers and Their Attorneys Often Have Little Guidance in Navigating Treacherous Water ," (2018), published in NSPII News Magazine
  • "A Delicate Balance - Fulfilling the Duty to be Zealous Advocates While Committing to Pursue Only the Truth," (2018), published in CLM Magazine
  • "Factoring in the AOB Equation…The Latest Litigation Trend Involves Assigning Assignments," (2019), published in CLM Magazine

Educational Background:

  • Henderson State University, Arkadelphia, Arkansas, Bachelor of Arts in Political Science, Honors Program Graduate, 1996 Gordon Conwell Theological Seminary, South Hamilton, Massachusetts, Masters’-Level Graduate Coursework (Biblical History), 2008-2009 Asbury Theological Seminary, Wilmore, Kentucky, Masters’-Level Graduate Coursework (Biblical Studies), 2013

Industry Groups

  • International Association Of Arson Investigators
  • National Association Of Fire Investigators
  • National Society Of Professional Insurance Investigators
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Office Location for Brian P. Henry

5577 Broadcast Ct
Sarasota, FL 34240

Phone: 941-259-0734

Fax: 941-684-0109

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