Calculating Damages for Insured Claims

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November 5, 2013
Jonathan M. Dunitz, Attorney at Law


Fulfilling a claim against a "business interruption" or "time element" insurance policy involves a nuanced assessment of the complete picture of the claim, including the pre- and post-interruption value of the business and the nature of the interruption. While the methodologies used to assess these values are in many ways no different than those used in other business appraisal or lost profits settings, their proper application and analysis requires a knowledge of how these claims are made, processed, and reviewed. In Part 9 of BVR's Online Symposium on Economic Damages, expert attorney and series co-curator Jonathan Dunitz will provide listeners with the insights necessary to perform a sound assessment of damages for an insured claim.
Calculating Damages for Insured Claims
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