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Insurance Claims

Cost Analysis

Our highly qualified and experienced claims consultants provide an expert cost analysis service, where we can forensically calculate and demonstrate the costs to be indemnified under the insurance policy.

Cost Analysis

Our team of qualified claims consultants provide an expert cost analysis service and are experts at quantifying and demonstrating claims for loss and expense and additional costs. In fact it is these skills, which derive from quantity surveying that have been developed over the years whilst preparing and defending construction claims, and makes them an invaluable asset to any client when assessing an insurance claim for material or physical damage.

Our consultants have worked on live construction projects and are familiar with all types of procurement, project management and accounting systems and accordingly will be aware of the nature and extent of the evidence that should be presented to support the claim.

In addition, we have spent a considerable amount of time quantifying losses on construction projects therefore we are uniquely placed to have an thorough understanding of the working methods, likely unit costs, productivity etc. which will enable us to make a reasonable assessment of the sums claimed or due.



Our cost analysis service works in tandem with our forensic delay analysis service and by using these services we can asses the relevance and reasonableness of the costs claimed.

Our review and analysis of the claim typically includes:

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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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