Individuals and companies alike, regardless of their activity, are susceptible to suffering intangible prejudice, which may or may not be the result of bodily injury or tangible damage. This includes any privation or loss of use of property, loss of a right, or even the loss of a chance. Operational losses and losses of professional earnings constitute a large portion of intangible prejudices.
Losses depend on many factors: the victim’s activity, its processes, and its legal, economic, and financial situation. For this reason, when disaster strikes, companies and their insurers need experts to examine the technical and financial impacts of the claim, which can be highly complex.
Our loss assessors, business diagnostics specialists, former legal, financial, accounting, and auditing professionals, leverage their expertise to provide a comprehensive and pragmatic analysis of each case in order to reach a resolution.