Business Interruption Insurance: From coverage to claims
An overview of what perils may give rise to business interruption, and what is to be considered to ensure adequate coverage an make claims, such as: what are losses are insured (or not), what information is necessary for a claim, what steps are necessary to determine loss of revenue, apply profit rates, etc.
The presenter, Jean-Charles Plante is a director in the litigation accounting and valuation services group of RSM Canada, providing forensic accounting, investigation and loss quantification services to businesses impacted by expropriations, commercial disputes and commercial insurance claims across numerous industries. He also assists legal counsel in quantifying damages in personal injury / fatality litigation and with matrimonial disputes.
Prior to joining the firm Jean-Charles worked in forensic, dispute and valuation service teams for over ten years at international accounting and boutique firms. He has also spoken on issues surrounding fraud, commercial disputes, matrimonial disputes, insurance claims and personal injury. He has provided litigation support on matters before federal and provincial counts, government enquiries, tribunals, commissions, mediations and arbitrations. Jean-Charles has quantified several multi-million dollar losses.