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Large Loss Claims

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Andrew Underwood

Andrew Underwood


Large Loss Claims

Keoghs has a depth of experience handling large loss claims for a significant proportion of the general insurance market. We are one of the largest specialist teams in the UK, with highly experienced large loss experts who work in partnership with you to effectively manage even the most complex claims.

Many of our lawyers are recognised as leaders in their field and we work closely with you to understand your approach to large loss claims, ensuring a seamless service is provided with the aim of reducing overall spend on damages and costs. Whilst we are firm in our approach, we always focus on the claimant’s needs - after all we are dealing with serious injuries. Over the years we have developed constructive relationships with many of the larger claimant firms, helping claims to progress in a timely manner.

As a leader in the catastrophic and large value injury arena, we will keep you abreast of emerging developments through our thought leadership programme and reduce your indemnity spend with initiatives such as Know Your Opponent (KYO), Know Your Claimant (KYC) and litigation avoidance.

Overall, our handling approach seeks to narrow issues as early as possible, marshal the evidence to facilitate early ‘fight or flight’ decisions and counter any claimant firm behaviour to cost-build or delay resolution activity.

Containing some of the market's leading individuals, our large loss team provides a proactive, practical and cost-effective service

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