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Business Interruption: Coverage, Claims, and Recovery, 2nd Edition

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Business interruption claims are some of the most challenging that insurance professionals, risk managers, and business owners face. Preparing for, managing, and closing out a business interruption claim can be complicated and frustrating—and often ends in failure. Success requires that you understand accounting principles and are able to interpret coverage language that is sometimes indefinite.

Business interruption claims are some of the most challenging that insurance professionals, risk managers, and business owners face. Preparing for, managing, and closing out a business interruption claim can be complicated and frustrating—and often ends in failure. Success requires that you understand accounting principles and are able to interpret coverage language that is sometimes indefinite.

Only Business Interruption, 2nd Edition, delivers all of this, in one widely respected resource:

  • An overview of the common elements of coverage
  • Insights on customizing coverage
  • Guides to establishing limits
  • A step-by-step roadmap for handling the process from claim to settlement
  • Specific techniques for calculating the business interruption loss
  • Perspective of dispute resolution options
  • And much more!

Plus—there are three entirely new chapters covering:

  • FEMA Claims
  • Recovery Beyond First-Party Property Coverage
  • Claims in a Global Economy
  • Plus! New Real-World Case Studies
  • And much more!
Additional Information
SKU 2780002B
Publication Date April 11, 2011
ISBN 978-1-93636-224-0
EISBN 9781936362745
Page Count 476
Author Daniel T. Torpey, Daniel G. Lentz, & Allen Melton
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