Specialists in Claims Mediation and Resolution for commercial & business clients
Necessary and essential to a business, insurance is all too often purchased on price and or without a detailed understanding of the cover provided, rather than as a valued and thought through requirement, inevitably leading to conflict when a claim is disputed or when insurance is declined.
Against this backdrop Flaxmans negotiate and settle business insurance claims, and act as expert witnesses to the judiciary and courts on matters of insurance and broker practice.
In addition the company designs and implements bespoke insurance packages for businesses and organisations where off the shelf products are not applicable and in providing advice to Board and senior operational levels in the management of insurance and claims risk and their individual professional and personal liability.
Flaxmans typically work with:
- Banks, Corporate Institutions, international organisations and large PLC’s
- Business owners of SME companies
- Finance directors and company secretaries of FTSE companies
- Trustees and Governors of charities and foundations
- Professional firms such as accountants, architects, lawyers, insurance intermediaries, consulting engineers and surveyors.
Many of our clients are referred to us from their insurance brokers. They come to us when a claim is rejected or disputed and we then work with the client and the broker to get it resolved. Brokers also ask us to provide reviews of insurance placement for their clients and to assist them in designing more complex insurance programmes.
Trade Associations and Professional Bodies
We advise trade associations and professional bodies on matters concerning claims, potential liabilities, risks and the management and mitigation of risk, both their own and those of their members'.
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