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INSURANCE CLAIMS UPDATE

In June, our blog covered the growing number of COVID-19-related business interruption claims, and whether or not those claims could, or likely would, be paid.  Since then, more interruption claims have been filed, rejected, and proceeded to litigation.  Because it appears we’re looking at a new wave of COVID cases, it’s reasonable to expect more

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BUSINESS INTERRUPTION CLAIMS DURING THE PANDEMIC

Can Insurance Save Our Economy from COVID-19? As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, business interruption claims have become a national topic.  Pundits, insurance commissioners, trade spokespersons, national legislators, and even POTUS are weighing in on whether existing insurance contracts are enforceable by businesses now experiencing losses due to mandatory civil closures and other pandemic-related causes. President

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Hurricane Season 2020

Handling catastrophic claims caused by hurricanes is a standard part of our business, and Vector Risk Solutions’ independent adjusters have both experience and well-honed procedures to handle these claims quickly and smoothly.  Even though these claims are routine because we expect and prepare for them every year, the devastation hurricanes create is anything but routine

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Liability Investigations: Special Handling Required

Liability claims, in both commercial and residential contexts, can be complicated but are fascinating in scope and the variety of causes and damages. Slip-and-falls, vehicle accidents, product and construction liability, unlike weather-related claims, are typically caused by human errors, negligence, and wrongdoing.  After a tornado rips through your insured’s commercial building, the damage may be

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Vector – Construction & Construction Defect Claims Experts

Deficiencies in how a building is designed, built, operated or maintained, are the causes of construction defects. Defects in construction range from minor problems like drooping gutters and peeling paint to situations when an entire structure must be bulldozed. Other problems include code violations, faulty design, cracked foundations, substandard workmanship, and unsafe structures. Everyone associated

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