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Although no two projects are ever the same, there is a strong likelihood that we are able to apply our vast experience to your particular needs. You can gain a better understanding of our past experience and how this may relate to your needs by searching our case snapshot database.

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Computer Model to Quantify Loss
Computer Model to Quantify Loss

Following a fire, a UK distribution company incurred multimillion pounds of increased costs. RGL created a computer model with supporting accounting documentation, including a cost model for increased costs. Calculations were derived and expert witness reports prepared for the Court.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • United Kingdom
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Understanding Policy

RGL was engaged by a corporate client to educate them on the policy wording and methodologies applicable for submission of a product recall claim. The claim included complex scenarios for rehabilitation expenses relating to policy specific coverage and business income losses.

  • Corporate / Quantification
  • Crisis Claims Consulting
  • United States
Recreating the Money Trail
Recreating the Money Trail

Working for the receiver, analyzed the theft of investor funds in excess of $100M by the general partner of a real estate investment tax shelter. Reviewed transactions to create a comprehensive money trail to determine the validity of fraud allegations.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Business & Professional Services
  • Forensic Investigation / Fraud
  • United States
Claim Under Exclusivity Agreement

A power purchaser in Southern Africa claimed the national electricity generator was selling power directly in breach of an alleged exclusivity agreement. The lost profits claim covered the 30-year life of the smelter. An alternative claim was also filed based on Wrotham Park Estate Co Ltd v Parkside Homes Ltd (1973) 229EG617. The claims were analysed and assumptions challenged. Provided input into the respondent’s submissions and gave evidence in the arbitration hearing in Southern Africa.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Disputes / Arbitration
  • Zambia
Email Hack Allows Fraudulent Payments

A professional indemnity claim was made by a corporate trust management company after a client's email account had been allegedly hacked, giving rise to fraudulent payments being made. RGL’s review established that the policyholder had not followed their own internal controls regarding the relevant payments. A report was issued to insurers within 24 hours of our preliminary meeting with the insured that allowed insurers to opine on liability and negotiate final settlement.

  • Insurance / Quantification / Investigation
  • Banking & Financial Services
  • Forensic Investigation / Fraud
Multinational Financial Institution Suffers Losses

The 2006 Hengchun earthquake near Taiwan severed communication lines and impacted the operations of a major financial institution in Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Guam and Singapore. The claim review considered  the resulting loss of profits and extra expenses incurred.

  • Insurance / Quantification / Investigation
  • Banking & Financial Services
  • Property / CAT
  • Taiwan / Hong Kong SAR China / Guam / Singapore
Suit Over Unpaid Wages

Represented an international fast-food chain when employees sued, claiming payroll violations. The claim included unpaid time for pre- and post-shift tasks. The employer was given time to “cure” the suit under Oregon law by correcting errors in compensation. RGL reviewed payroll details and conducted multilingual interviews to determine hours worked off-the-clock. The court determined RGL’s analysis properly measured damages, giving the employer the opportunity to “cure” the suit before it escalated to a class action.

  • Legal / Investigation
  • Disputes
  • United States
Damage to Insured and Uninsured Property

An open cast gold mine in Kyrgyzstan suffered a working bench failure, damaging three of the five drills in use and resulting in a claimed business interruption loss of over US $100 million. The claim review involved splitting out losses resulting from the physical damage to insured and uninsured property. The resulting calculation was used by both Canadian lawyers and the London market insurers to successfully settle the loss without the need for legal proceedings.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • Kyrgyzstan
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