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property and business interruption


Given our investigation resources nationally and solid relationships with adjusters, we are well placed to deal fire, flood, storm and other property insurance claims.

In this class of business, we often advise on considerations around:

  • coverage disputes
  • forensic accountancy expert evidence
  • fraud
  • subrogated recoveries.

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