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Property damage and business interruption

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Our London and Nottingham based insurance teams have considerable experience in advising London Market and International clients on property damage and business interruption claims, whether at sites in the UK or internationally.

We regularly advise in respect of losses following fires, floods, escape of water, earthquakes, hurricanes, explosions, landslips, civil unrest and rioting.

We have dealt with policy coverage issues and losses arising in the commercial, industrial, retail, hospitality and state sectors.

We also have particular expertise in advising insurers in relation to damage to High Net Worth properties.

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