Fenner and Gravitz’s employees are highly-trained, experienced and dedicated to the success of our business.
While Brian’s first profession post-college was at an independent travel agency, his time in the industry was fruitful: by age 26 he had purchased the agency and proceeded to expand it from a single office to a multi-location agency doing over 20 million in sales annually. His agency was also the first operation in New York state to be fully computerized. It was this foresight that led him to seek a new professional direction with the coming of the internet age, and in 1993 Brian became a partner in Fenner & Gravitz.
Throughout his more than 20 years in the industry, Brian has represented thousands of diverse clients and recovered hundreds of millions of dollars in settlements. While based in New York, Brian has frequently represented domestic clients in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Washington DC, Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maine, North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Louisiana, Michigan and Texas, as well as adjusting losses in Nevada, California, Colorado and Washington state. Internationally, he has represented clients in Canada, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands, St. Maarten, the United Kingdom, South Africa, and the Ukraine. His clientele includes large national realtors, renowned fashion designers, and large-scale art galleries.
Michael Donnelly has been a public adjuster for more than 27 years, entering the industry after finishing his studies at St. John’s University and the College of Insurance in NYC. Michael joined Fenner and Gravitz in 1992, and specializes in building damage losses and property claims. Since joing the company, Michael has successfully handled losses for New York and the New Jersey Port Authority, including the World Trade Center disaster in 1993 and the terrorist attack on 9/11. Mike has also handled losses in Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, St. Thomas, Florida, Illinois, Lousisiana. Some of his biggest losses have included hurricane-related damages, including those losses that were filed after Hurricanes Andrew, Katrina and Sandy.