Physical disasters involving hurricanes, fires, floods, or theft are extremely difficult events for a business. These types of intentional or natural disasters can be a defining moment in a company’s survival.

Companies in these situations are overwhelmed by restoring business operations as quickly as possible and dealing with the aftermath of the events to avoid significant negative impacts on cash flow, revenue, and profitability.

For companies that purchased business interruption insurance, there is often frustration with the insurance company’s speed and methodology in reviewing a filed claim. A company may be faced with having no experience or time in this disrupted period to prepare or file a claim.

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James  Ashe

James Ashe

Advisory - New York

  • Advisory
  • Melville, NY
Francis  Brulenski

Francis Brulenski

Partner

  • Advisory
  • Philadelphia, PA
Nancy  Fannon

Nancy Fannon

Valuation, Forensic and Litigation Support Leader

  • Valuation & Litigation Support
  • Portland, ME
Cecelia  Garber

Cecelia Garber

Partner

  • Advisory
  • Fort Lauderdale, FL
David  Glusman

David Glusman

Partner

  • Advisory
  • Philadelphia, PA
Kyle Anne  Midkiff

Kyle Anne Midkiff

Partner

  • Advisory
  • Philadelphia, PA
Gary B. Rosen

Gary B. Rosen

Regional Partner-in-Charge, Valuation, Forensic & Litigation Services - NY

  • Advisory
  • New York, NY
Edward  Waddington

Edward Waddington

Partner

  • Advisory
  • Philadelphia, PA
Ricardo  Zayas

Ricardo Zayas

Partner

  • Advisory
  • Philadelphia, PA