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Property - Large and Complex Loss

Key contact

Matthew Rogers

Matthew Rogers

Partner

T: 01204 677221

Our large and complex loss team has several individuals nominated by our insurer clients to handle complex property claims.

We have experience of advising on a wide variety of issues including:

Policy disputes - advising on policy indemnity issues, including avoidance, first party fraud and breach of policy terms. 

Complex motor indemnity issues - advising motor insurers on policy indemnity issues and disputes with other motor insurers as to status. 

Liability - advising and acting for insurers in relation to liability claims following major losses.

Recoveries – advising and acting for the insurers in relation to recovery following major losses.

Product liability disputes – advising and acting for insurers in relation to a wide variety of disputes including policy cover, large liability losses and subrogated recoveries.

Construction and engineering disputes – advising and acting for insurers of main contractors and subcontractors in relation to property damage liability claims and the insurers of plant in respect of disputes under CPA conditions of hire.  


These claims can be highly technical and require a deep understanding of complex legal issues, insurance law, the insurance market and policy wording; areas where our technical lawyers excel.

We are mindful of the commercial implications these types of claims can have on our clients and we combine legal expertise and business know-how to ensure the best outcome for our clients.

We work closely with forensic experts and other specialists wherever necessary to determine the key issues in these cases and ensure matters are resolved as quickly as possible.

First Party Fraud – Louise Cruise

Construction & Engineering – David Tonge

Policy Disputes – Andrew Temperley

Product Liability – Anthony Mangham

Complex Motor Indemnity – Scott Harwood

 

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