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Insurance Claims

At Kenzie we are expert insurance claim consultants, we use our experience of construction and engineering projects and disputes to assist insurance providers, the insured and loss adjusters in the evaluation and settlement of insurance claims.

Insurance Claims

At Kenzie we are expert insurance claim consultants, using our extensive experience of construction, energy, power and renewables projects ensures that we can support insurers, the insured and loss adjusters alike, should a claim be made under an insurance policy and advise of the value of any potential indemnity.

Our expertise stems from working for contractors on live construction projects preparing and defending claims for delay and additional costs to expert witness standards, which coupled with our experience of working on insurance matters, has enabled us to have a value insight into the problems faced by projects of this nature.

Put simply, we believe that we are uniquely placed to undertake a robust and verifiable analysis to ascertain the time and monetary effect of any insurable events and make a fair and reasonable recommendation or evaluation of the indemnity due.

At Kenzie’s we don’t just understand how the claims process works, we understand how this integrates into the insurance process, so that we provide a factually based pragmatic analysis that will ensure the commercial relationships between the insurer and insured are maintained.

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Try our 3-step calculator to see how much your claim could be worth.


Tell us a bit more about your project and in the next step, we can work out what your claim is worth.

10 Days
The original contract duration set out within the Contract. The difference between the Contract start date and Contract Completion Date.
10 Days
This is the period between the Completion Date (either within the Contract or adjusted by officially awarded extensions of time) and the current forecast or actual Completion Date.
Total Period of Construction: Days
The value of the Contract Sum within the Contract plus the value of any approved and agreed variations or other additional costs paid.
An assessment of the additional resources employed by the Contractor on the project, over and above that planned at tender stage.
The amount per day stated within the Contract for liquidated damages or if stated per week, the daily equivalent.
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