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Sedgwick edge
April 26, 2019
Tom Simoncic
President, Property Americas, Sedgwick
Catastrophe risks — Are you prepared?

In 2018, natural and man-made catastrophes disrupted thousands of lives and caused extensive damage to homes and businesses worldwide. Global insured losses from these catastrophes are estimated to be USD $79 billion. Some of last year’s devastating …

April 26, 2019 by Tom Simoncic, President, Property Americas, Sedgwick
Sedgwick edge
April 26, 2019
Diego Ascani
Chief Executive Officer, Australia
Expert view

The “Expert view” column presents a wide range of topics offering valuable insights and information for customers.edge: Tell us about your career in the claims industry. Diego: I began my career working for a law firm that specialized in personal inj…

April 26, 2019 by Diego Ascani, Chief Executive Officer, Australia
Blog
March 01, 2019
Jo Suppiah,ACMA, CGMA,
Partner, Forensic Advisory Services, UK
Supply chain risk insurance – An unknown maze?

The risk landscape is continuously changing. However, business interruption including supply chain risk continues to remain as one of the top three risks businesses face for the seventh year in a row.[i] Most businesses operate within a complex suppl…

March 01, 2019 by Jo Suppiah,ACMA, CGMA,, Partner, Forensic Advisory Services, UK
Client bulletin
January 31, 2019
Onsite survey and claims support available in the wake of the M/V "YANTIAN EXPRESS" fire

Sedgwick’s global marine team of qualified surveyors, led by Chris Bender, Senior National Surveyor, is ready to assist with cargo surveys and support damage claims caused by the fire on board the M/V "YANTIAN EXPRESS."

January 31, 2019
Press release
September 17, 2018
Sedgwick strengthens its marine claims services

The global marine practice of Sedgwick consists of 180 dedicated marine experts working across 45 countries around the world.

September 17, 2018
Blog
November 17, 2017
Capt. Ruan Desouza
Vice President, Marine, Vericlaim Canada
Safety Concerns with Containerized Cargo and the Code of Practice for Packing of Cargo Transport Units (CTU Code)

The marine cargo industry has changed significantly over the past few decades, especially the way cargo is transported. Before sea containers were introduced, dry cargoes were usually shipped as break-bulk cargo or in bulk. Break-bulk cargo includes …

November 17, 2017 by Capt. Ruan Desouza, Vice President, Marine, Vericlaim Canada
Sedgwick edge
September 11, 2017
Michael Holden
President, Sedgwick CMS Canada Inc. / Vericlaim Canada
When U.S. clients need an independent adjuster, call on Vericlaim Canada

Vericlaim Canada specializes in automobile, property and liability claims solutions for various industries. The team’s auto liability claims expertise includes all types of rental, lease, fleet, taxi and personal vehicle claims. The talented profess…

September 11, 2017 by Michael Holden, President, Sedgwick CMS Canada Inc. / Vericlaim Canada
Blog
September 21, 2016
Patrick Hudson, District Manager/Forensic Engineer, Unified Investigations & Sciences, Inc.
Staying afloat with boating safety

According to 2015 U.S. Coast Guard statistics, May through September is  the peak period for recreational boating accidents.  Florida, Minnesota, Michigan, and California lead the nation in the number of registered boats while Florida regul…

September 21, 2016 by Patrick Hudson, District Manager/Forensic Engineer, Unified Investigations & Sciences, Inc.
Blog
June 20, 2016
John Hinz, VP Vericlaim
Active hurricane season predicted: Don't fail to prepare

$1.9 billon. That is the estimated dollar amount the recent historic floods in Houston Texas will cost to return life and business back to normal according to the Houston Business Journal. Now almost every major weather service is reporting that, d…

June 20, 2016 by John Hinz, VP Vericlaim
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