BUSINESS INTERRUPTION Claims
Helping you recover
When You Make A Claim
Justifying how your business would be performing had the claim had not occurred is extremely challenging. You have to show to Insurers the company’s performance historically, and other factors that could have influenced trading over the interrupted period. Markets are examined in your specific industry to see how it’s performing generally, as well as local factors such as increases or decreases in your market share due to competition. Preparing, collating and presenting these to Insurers to maximise your entitlement is a time consuming and tactical exercise requiring significant experience, vision, and imagination.
WHY USE OAKLEAFE
Loss Adjusters and Forensic Accountants appointed by your Insurers often seek to make this process difficult. We are only interested in getting the best settlement for you by presenting your case in an accurate and forward thinking way. Whilst being mindful of your obligations to mitigate the loss, we also offer practical advice based over 70 years of experience.
HOW WE CAN HELP
Our primary role is to diminish the impact to your day to day operations, helping your business to recover. We will assist in locating temporary offices, warehouses, plant, machinery, hire and other temporary arrangements. We can also deal with press agencies, your employees and other internal or external parties. Appeasing staff and suppliers without jeopardising your Insurable position is also important. If employees and suppliers think the business may not survive then this can have a devastating effect on the company. Banks and other investors will also want to know the likelihood of a successful outcome from the Insurance Claim. We can deal with this for you too.
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You will receive no support from Insurers or Loss Adjusters for this. It is in their interests to try to dictate the level of cover to minimise any pay-out. This is a niche area and we can ensure you receive your true entitlement.
You may be a good negotiator but are you an expert in insurance? DON’T GO IT ALONE.