Pragmaticum Business Interruption Consultancy

Pragmaticum are experts in financial loss assessment for businesses. This is normally used to prepare a business interruption or consequential loss claim to submit to a compensating third party.

Typically we provide this service after the business has suffered from damage arising from a fire, flood or other natural disaster, although it could equally come from one that is man-made such as oil pollution or other negligent act.

The damage that caused the loss need not be physical in nature so long as it impacts the ability of the business to operate normally, and is caused by a third party that can be held responsible. Most recently interest rate hedging products mis-sold by the banks have fallen into this category.

Pragmaticum specialises in large and complex claims often where the argument is as much about the cause of loss as the amount itself. We research, compile, present and negotiate settlement of such losses invariably in close co-operation with the senior management of the business as well as its professional advisors.

Our Services pages describe how Pragmaticum uses its specialist skills in different financial loss scenarios. We only act for the claimant and are therefore not conflicted when it comes to cases against large financial institutions.

Experience gained in handling financial losses resulting from both insured and uninsured events enables us also to provide expert pre-loss services. These include financial loss modelling to determine the estimated, and probable maximum loss for a business under extreme loss scenario’s as well as supply chain and other exposures and vulnerabilities.

We are happy to have initial discussions without obligation on 01732 860329

 

Pragmaticum Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Ref: 501527 and by the Claims Management Regulator in respect of regulated claims management activities; its registration is recorded on the website: www.gov.uk/moj/cmr

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