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December 05, 2022
Bart Oversier - major and complex loss adjuster
Renewing your business insurance policy during turbulent times

Lees de Nederlandse versie. Amid economically challenging times, measures to combat the spread of COVID-19 negatively impacted sales for entrepreneurs worldwide. During lockdown periods, the Netherlands government organized assistance to mitigate th…

December 05, 2022 by Bart Oversier - major and complex loss adjuster
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December 05, 2022
Bart Oversier - major and complex loss adjuster
Uw bedrijfsverzekering vernieuwen in turbulente tijden

Read the English version. In de recente economisch uitdagende tijden rond COVID-19 hadden maatregelen om de verspreiding van COVID-19 tegen te gaan een negatief effect op de omzetontwikkeling van ondernemers wereldwijd. Tijdens lockdown-periodes org…

December 05, 2022 by Bart Oversier - major and complex loss adjuster
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November 09, 2022
Scott Carroll - director of client services, large complex loss, EFI Global, a Sedgwick company and Paul Gilbert - director of client relations, EFI Global, a Sedgwick company
Assessing equipment and building systems damage after Hurricane Ian

In the aftermath of a disaster event like Hurricane Ian, organizations tend to think about damage in terms of drying carpet, removing drywall, mitigating mold, and making sure the building is structurally and environmentally safe for the rebuilt that…

November 09, 2022 by Scott Carroll - director of client services, large complex loss, EFI Global, a Sedgwick company and Paul Gilbert - director of client relations, EFI Global, a Sedgwick company
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October 19, 2022
James Norman
International business development director
Understanding conduct risk: a prerequisite for growth

As we navigate reoccurring global events and uncertain times, insurance continues to play a critical role in risk transfer — providing assurance and allowing organizations to continue business as usual. Covers like business interruption (BI), c…

October 19, 2022 by James Norman, International business development director
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September 13, 2022
Ross Thurlow
enginering manager, EFI Global, New Zealand
Farm buildings: an accident waiting to happen?

Forensic investigators are often presented with puzzling cases where the obvious evidence doesn’t naturally point to the cause, and further in-depth analysis is required to determine exactly what went wrong. While carrying out an on-site investigatio…

September 13, 2022 by Ross Thurlow, enginering manager, EFI Global, New Zealand
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May 04, 2022
Martha McGorman
MCL adjuster
Maximum Indemnity Period: Is 12 months long enough?

All too often, we see claims where an insufficient Maximum Indemnity Period (MIP) has been set — resulting in serious consequences related to the recovery of the policyholder’s business. When the MIP — known as the time interval for insur…

May 04, 2022 by Martha McGorman, MCL adjuster
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March 14, 2022
Rodney Milford, partner, forensic advisory services and Tom O’Hara, manager, forensic advisory services
COVID-19 business interruption claims: the financial implications of the recent appeal judgment in Australia

On 21 February 2022, the Full Court of the Federal Court delivered the highly anticipated judgment in the appeal of the second Insurance Council of Australia (ICA) business interruption test case. In this update, we explore the impact of this decisio…

March 14, 2022 by Rodney Milford, partner, forensic advisory services and Tom O’Hara, manager, forensic advisory services
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December 21, 2021
John Armstrong, director - executive MCL adjuster and Martha McGorman, commercial property adjuster
The SME underinsurance crisis

There are approximately 4.3 million small or medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the UK and alarmingly, around 80% are underinsured. In addition, government research suggests that one in five businesses suffer a major disruption every year — wit…

December 21, 2021 by John Armstrong, director - executive MCL adjuster and Martha McGorman, commercial property adjuster
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November 08, 2021
Leon Briggs
head of property & national executive adjuster, Australia
COVID-19 Australia update: Surprises in the detail of the Second Test Case Judgment

In most court decisions there can be surprises, and one could say that the decision of Jagot J in the Second COVID-19 Insurance Test Case had its own share of the unexpected. In reviewing the decision in the Second Test Cases, the aspects that relate…

November 08, 2021 by Leon Briggs, head of property & national executive adjuster, Australia
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October 21, 2021
Kimberley Daley
Head of professional services Australia
Australia update: Business interruption policy response to COVID-19

Since the outbreak of COVID-19 in early 2020, there has been intense interest in the extent to which business interruption policies would respond to claims for business losses arising from COVID-19. In September 2020, Sedgwick published an extensive…

October 21, 2021 by Kimberley Daley, Head of professional services Australia
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July 16, 2021
Scott Richardson
executive vice president, operations, chief strategic & development officer
Property market and building trends amid the 2021 hurricane season

The construction and restoration industry has faced a unique set of challenges in the last year, including, but not limited to, rising material and labor costs, increased labor shortages and extended restoration periods. For those responding to storm…

July 16, 2021 by Scott Richardson, executive vice president, operations, chief strategic & development officer
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April 21, 2021
Damian Glynn
Director, Head of Financial Lines, UK
Business interruption… Groundhog Day?

COVID-19 has raised some tricky questions about business interruption cover around the world and cyber-related issues continue to present complicated challenges. We can afford to focus on those concerns because we already have the basic BI cover sort…

April 21, 2021 by Damian Glynn, Director, Head of Financial Lines, UK
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February 05, 2021
Leon Briggs
Head of forensic advisory services, New Zealand
Flogging a dead hotel

What’s next for insurers following the recent UK Supreme Court ruling? Earlier this year, the UK Supreme Court handed down its highly anticipated decision on insurers’ obligations under policies providing non-physical damage business interruption co…

February 05, 2021 by Leon Briggs, Head of forensic advisory services, New Zealand
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July 10, 2020
Marcia Giesler, Affinity Business Development Director and Tom Hebson, Managing Director, Captive and Program Affinity
How can captives play a role in getting back to business during COVID-19?

With the recent spike in numbers, the coronavirus doesn’t seem to be going away anytime soon. And with a second wave of COVID-19 likely on its way later this year, many employers are recommitting to the planning and coverage of their businesses durin…

July 10, 2020 by Marcia Giesler, Affinity Business Development Director and Tom Hebson, Managing Director, Captive and Program Affinity
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June 03, 2020
Danny Miller
Executive Vice President, Loss Adjustment Property, Specialty Services
Beyond property: Coverage in a time of crisis

During tumultuous times, businesses run the risk of property damage and so much more. Now is an appropriate time to consider your current coverage and ensure you are prepared. Property coverage that extends beyond the building and its contents can he…

June 03, 2020 by Danny Miller, Executive Vice President, Loss Adjustment Property, Specialty Services
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