Justin Crick is a skilled and experienced forensic accountant. Working with many of the leading insurance companies and law firms around the world, Justin has quantified losses for business interruption claims in more than 70 countries.

He specialises in the quantification of major and complex losses in:

  • Energy and power generation
  • Mining/mineral processing
  • Oil, gas and petrochemicals
  • Industrial manufacturing and production
  • Telecommunications

Enjoying the challenge and diversity of his work, Justin has been involved in more than 500 large and complex international assignments involving multi-million dollar losses. As part of the firm’s CAT Response Team, Justin is often involved in cases concerning natural disasters around the world, including the Thai floods in 2011, the earthquake and tsunami in Japan in 2011 and the earthquake in Chile in 2010.

Justin Crick

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Geography, 1999

Professional Credentials

Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales
Associate of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

Professional History

1999 – Present RGL, London, UK

Court Experience

Justin has been retained as an expert accountant on behalf of both claimants and defendants, preparing expert reports for trial. Justin gave evidence in Poland following a loss at a power plant. He has also acted on a number of cases which have been settled in various forms of alternative dispute resolution, including mediations and arbitrations.

Related News and Insights

Oil Barrels

Article

April 2017

Interdependency - the increasing complexity of onshore BI energy losses

With Forecasters predicting that the current price of oil is the “new-norm” for the short to mid-term, one strategy to offset the lower crude prices for the regional market is the continued investment in downstream refining and petrochemical facilities.

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Article

May 2016

Contractual Commitments and Consequences for Petrochemical Business Interruption Losses

Contractual commitments are common in the energy and petrochemical sectors as a way of ensuring continuity of feedstock supply for buyers, or of revenue for sellers. Often these agreements are a condition of sourcing finance.

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Article

December 2012

Supply Chain Disasters

Now, more than ever, with the increase in globalisation and offshore production, the stability of a global supply chain is paramount to the successful running of a business. Justin Crick, Partner and Mark Jennings, Manager at RGL Forensics London, consider how the spate of natural disasters over the past few years has brought into focus the dependence of a company’s bottom line figure on its suppliers, and has led to a re-evaluation of supply chains and disaster recovery plans.

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Article

June 2012

Plotting the Profits of the Olympics

While insurers may see an increase in companies taking additional cover during the games, increased profits for leisure businesses are far less certain. Justin Crick, partner and Joe Aldous, Director at RGL Forensics, discuss the factors to consider.