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Costs - Casualty

Key contact

Howard Dean

Howard Dean

Partner

T: 0247 665 8136

Costs - Casualty

With the costs element of a casualty claim often higher than potential damages, it is vital to ensure that the correct approach is employed to maximise savings.

Our approach to reducing costs is strategic, not just transactional. Whilst our team will ensure that all cost elements of a claim are correctly applied and will negotiate at the end of a case to obtain the correct grading, we will also focus on long term goals which have a more permanent impact on indemnity spend. Utilising ‘Know Your Opponent’ strategies we work with insurers to devise effective handling solutions that will have lasting benefits, targeting specific, errant firms and then seeking to influence and change behaviours.

Whether it is high volume costs work handled under delegated authority or technically complex, non-delegated cases, we have the skills, competence and experience to assist you.

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