Best practices when filing a business interruption claim

Best practices when filing a business interruption claim

Business interruption insurance generally provides cash flow to cover revenues lost and expenses incurred while normal operations are suspended because of an applicable event. But submitting a claim can be time-consuming and requires preparation. First, notify your insurer of an interruption immediately and review your policy. Then reorganize your bookkeeping to segregate costs related to the business interruption and carefully maintain supporting documents. The loss calculation is often a contentious issue in making a claim. We can help you through the process.

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