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We help businesses prepare for the unexpected and evaluate their insurance cover.
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What are the longer-term financial and coverage implications of growing business interruption concerns across the globe — and how much of an impact will insurers have to absorb?
When it comes to business interruption, particularly around preparedness and interpretation of insurance cover, we must consider what the impact would be — whether the disruption comes from a natural or a man-made disaster.
Business doesn’t pause when disaster hits — and we’re here to help prepare you for the risks of tomorrow.
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NEWS AND INSIGHTS
Commercial claims involving injuries or fatalities
As major loss adjusters, one of the most significant aspects of our career is producing a positive o...
Delivering flood resilience: minimising the impact of flood claim...
One billion people globally are at risk of experiencing a flood. In the UK alone, an estimated 5.2 ...
Decoding the data: Is another Australian bushfire disaster loomin...
The devastating Black Summer bushfires of 2019/2020 in Australia had record-breaking insured losses ...
Insurance and indemnity: what policyholders need to know about cy...
In the insurance space, the concept of an indemnity period specifies the time frame for which the po...
The basics of business interruption: what professional services f...
Business interruption (BI) is a significant concern for professional services firms — whether it b...
State of emergency declared in New Zealand
On Tuesday, 14 February, and for only the third time in history, the New Zealand government announ...
The impact of inflation on claims: what lies ahead in 2023
By Andrew Cavan, director, head of major and complex loss (North) As reported in the Financial ...
Assessing equipment and building systems damage after Hurricane ...
By Scott Carroll – director of client services, large complex loss, EFI Global, a Sedgwick com...
Understanding conduct risk: a prerequisite for growth
By James Norman, International business development director As we navigate reoccurring global event...
Farm buildings: an accident waiting to happen?
By Ross Thurlow, engineering manager, EFI Global, New Zealand Forensic investigators are often prese...
Maximum Indemnity Period: Is 12 months long enough?
All too often, we see claims where an insufficient Maximum Indemnity Period (MIP) has been set — r...
COVID-19 business interruption claims: the financial implications...
By Rodney Milford, partner, forensic advisory services and Tom O’Hara, manager, forensic advisory ...
The SME underinsurance crisis
By John Armstrong, director – executive MCL adjuster and Martha McGorman, commercial property ...
COVID-19 Australia update: Surprises in the detail of the Second ...
By Leon Briggs, head of property & national executive adjuster, Australia In most court decision...
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