Commercial Claims Solutions
Commercial Claims Solutions
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Successfully negotiating claims

Successfully negotiating claims

Successfully negotiating claims

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Can insurers rely on a white lie?

Telling your insurer a lie to enhance your claim or your chances of getting it paid has long been regarded as entitling your insurers to decline the claim in its entirety. The Supreme Court has dismissed that tactic in a judgment with wide-ranging implications in the case of Versloot Dredging v Gerling. Nobody condones a…

Legal change and contentious claims

Recent years have seen two major pieces of legislation reforming insurance law. The 2012 Act giving extra protection to consumers came into force in 2013, but has essentially been given retrospective effect by the Financial Ombudsman Service for all cases referred to it. Its provisions are wide-ranging, making it harder for insurers to avoid a…

Ensure you get access to the best specialist advisers

Since insurance began there have always been specialists advising claimants. The assessing business, of which Commercial Claims Solutions forms an important part, was supplemented in the last twenty years by the emergence of chartered loss adjusters acting for policyholders. Even more recently we have seen the larger brokers forming their own in-house claims advocacy units. These…

Fire at a London restaurant

The business is a prominent Restaurant located in the heart of the West End of London and which serves a wide range of customers including many celebrity names. The menu is specialised and the Chefs are experts in their own particular area of cuisine that they prepare as individual masterpieces for serving at table. During…

Arson attack at a commercial laundry in Devon

In August 2014 we were appointed to deal with a major loss claim following an arson attack on a commercial laundry premises in North Devon. A deliberately set malicious fire caused severe damage to the laundry’s production area including a range of heaving duty machinery including washers, driers and ironers. The extent of damage was…

Fire at food processing factory in Essex

In October 2014 we were appointed to deal with a major and complex loss claim following a fire affecting a major food production facility. The company involved, a leading international dry goods brand suffered a fire in which a critical part of their manufacturing process plant was damaged by fire, smoke and water. Initial assessment…

Fire at food processing factory in Essex

In October 2014 Thompson & Bryan (UK) Ltd were appointed to deal with a major and complex loss claim following a fire affecting a major food production facility. The company involved, a leading international dry goods brand suffered a fire in which a critical part of their manufacturing process plant was damaged by fire, smoke…

Damages for late payment by insurers?

It has been – in our opinion – a major injustice in insurance law that delays in settling or investigating a claim or in its general handling have left no remedy for the policyholder except to sue for interest. This is a departure from the general law of contract where the damages for breach are…

Besp-Oak Furniture

On 9th January 2014, a fire caused extensive damage to the basement and ground floor showrooms of a furniture wholesaler and distributor. Commercial Claims Solutions appointed subcontractor, Thompson & Bryan, were appointed to deal with the claim on behalf of the insured, via the DAS Loss Assist scheme. At the request of the broker, T&B were…

Access expert advice on the Insurance Act 2015

The Insurance Act 2015 is the most important piece of insurance legislation for more than a hundred years. It’s a very important protection for the insurance buyer, but still leaves areas where there could be uncertainty. The Act updates legislation relating to insurance contract law, finally modernising a 1906 statute. The law had become very…

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Resources

Can insurers rely on a white lie?

Telling your insurer a lie to enhance your claim or your chances of getting it paid has long been regarded as entitling your insurers to decline the claim in its entirety. The Supreme Court has dismissed that tactic in a judgment with wide-ranging implications in the case of Versloot Dredging v Gerling. Nobody condones a…

Legal change and contentious claims

Recent years have seen two major pieces of legislation reforming insurance law. The 2012 Act giving extra protection to consumers came into force in 2013, but has essentially been given retrospective effect by the Financial Ombudsman Service for all cases referred to it. Its provisions are wide-ranging, making it harder for insurers to avoid a…

Ensure you get access to the best specialist advisers

Since insurance began there have always been specialists advising claimants. The assessing business, of which Commercial Claims Solutions forms an important part, was supplemented in the last twenty years by the emergence of chartered loss adjusters acting for policyholders. Even more recently we have seen the larger brokers forming their own in-house claims advocacy units. These…

Fire at a London restaurant

The business is a prominent Restaurant located in the heart of the West End of London and which serves a wide range of customers including many celebrity names. The menu is specialised and the Chefs are experts in their own particular area of cuisine that they prepare as individual masterpieces for serving at table. During…

Arson attack at a commercial laundry in Devon

In August 2014 we were appointed to deal with a major loss claim following an arson attack on a commercial laundry premises in North Devon. A deliberately set malicious fire caused severe damage to the laundry’s production area including a range of heaving duty machinery including washers, driers and ironers. The extent of damage was…

Fire at food processing factory in Essex

In October 2014 we were appointed to deal with a major and complex loss claim following a fire affecting a major food production facility. The company involved, a leading international dry goods brand suffered a fire in which a critical part of their manufacturing process plant was damaged by fire, smoke and water. Initial assessment…

Fire at food processing factory in Essex

In October 2014 Thompson & Bryan (UK) Ltd were appointed to deal with a major and complex loss claim following a fire affecting a major food production facility. The company involved, a leading international dry goods brand suffered a fire in which a critical part of their manufacturing process plant was damaged by fire, smoke…

Damages for late payment by insurers?

It has been – in our opinion – a major injustice in insurance law that delays in settling or investigating a claim or in its general handling have left no remedy for the policyholder except to sue for interest. This is a departure from the general law of contract where the damages for breach are…

Besp-Oak Furniture

On 9th January 2014, a fire caused extensive damage to the basement and ground floor showrooms of a furniture wholesaler and distributor. Commercial Claims Solutions appointed subcontractor, Thompson & Bryan, were appointed to deal with the claim on behalf of the insured, via the DAS Loss Assist scheme. At the request of the broker, T&B were…

Access expert advice on the Insurance Act 2015

The Insurance Act 2015 is the most important piece of insurance legislation for more than a hundred years. It’s a very important protection for the insurance buyer, but still leaves areas where there could be uncertainty. The Act updates legislation relating to insurance contract law, finally modernising a 1906 statute. The law had become very…

1 2 3 6Next →

Resources

Can insurers rely on a white lie?

Telling your insurer a lie to enhance your claim or your chances of getting it paid has long been regarded as entitling your insurers to decline the claim in its entirety. The Supreme Court has dismissed that tactic in a judgment with wide-ranging implications in the case of Versloot Dredging v Gerling. Nobody condones a…

Legal change and contentious claims

Recent years have seen two major pieces of legislation reforming insurance law. The 2012 Act giving extra protection to consumers came into force in 2013, but has essentially been given retrospective effect by the Financial Ombudsman Service for all cases referred to it. Its provisions are wide-ranging, making it harder for insurers to avoid a…

Ensure you get access to the best specialist advisers

Since insurance began there have always been specialists advising claimants. The assessing business, of which Commercial Claims Solutions forms an important part, was supplemented in the last twenty years by the emergence of chartered loss adjusters acting for policyholders. Even more recently we have seen the larger brokers forming their own in-house claims advocacy units. These…

Fire at a London restaurant

The business is a prominent Restaurant located in the heart of the West End of London and which serves a wide range of customers including many celebrity names. The menu is specialised and the Chefs are experts in their own particular area of cuisine that they prepare as individual masterpieces for serving at table. During…

Arson attack at a commercial laundry in Devon

In August 2014 we were appointed to deal with a major loss claim following an arson attack on a commercial laundry premises in North Devon. A deliberately set malicious fire caused severe damage to the laundry’s production area including a range of heaving duty machinery including washers, driers and ironers. The extent of damage was…

Fire at food processing factory in Essex

In October 2014 we were appointed to deal with a major and complex loss claim following a fire affecting a major food production facility. The company involved, a leading international dry goods brand suffered a fire in which a critical part of their manufacturing process plant was damaged by fire, smoke and water. Initial assessment…

Fire at food processing factory in Essex

In October 2014 Thompson & Bryan (UK) Ltd were appointed to deal with a major and complex loss claim following a fire affecting a major food production facility. The company involved, a leading international dry goods brand suffered a fire in which a critical part of their manufacturing process plant was damaged by fire, smoke…

Damages for late payment by insurers?

It has been – in our opinion – a major injustice in insurance law that delays in settling or investigating a claim or in its general handling have left no remedy for the policyholder except to sue for interest. This is a departure from the general law of contract where the damages for breach are…

Besp-Oak Furniture

On 9th January 2014, a fire caused extensive damage to the basement and ground floor showrooms of a furniture wholesaler and distributor. Commercial Claims Solutions appointed subcontractor, Thompson & Bryan, were appointed to deal with the claim on behalf of the insured, via the DAS Loss Assist scheme. At the request of the broker, T&B were…

Access expert advice on the Insurance Act 2015

The Insurance Act 2015 is the most important piece of insurance legislation for more than a hundred years. It’s a very important protection for the insurance buyer, but still leaves areas where there could be uncertainty. The Act updates legislation relating to insurance contract law, finally modernising a 1906 statute. The law had become very…

1 2 3 6Next →

Commercial Claims Solutions

Daws House, 33-35 Daws Lane, London, NW7 4ST

Registered office: Daws House, 33-35 Daws Lane, London, NW7 4ST. Registered in England Number 796

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Commercial Claims Solutions

Daws House, 33-35 Daws Lane
London, NW7 4ST

Registered office: London, NW7 4ST. Registered in England Number 796

Design:  Good Impressions          Content:  We Do The Words

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