Claims from the New Zealand earthquakes are causing a number of legal cases that test insurance coverage issues, two New Zealand lawyers told International Underwriting Association (IUA) members in London late last month.
These issues include reinstatements and business interruption eligibility, while a number of cases concern broker negligence, Grant Macdonald and Crossley Gates of DLA Phillips Fox said.
Parts of the Christchurch Central Business District remain cordoned off over a year after the major February 2011 disaster, meaning business...
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