Should your business be worried about COVID-19 claims?
There is clear evidence of activity to generate the claims but in reality what claims have been made to date, how likely are they to be successful and what does the future hold?
This webinar will explore direct claims for contracting COVID-19 and the claims indirectly caused by the pandemic, with our specialists discussing:
- Types of claims
- Challenges for claimants in proving causation, liability and damages
- Conditions that could drive an increase in both genuine and fraudulent claims
- How businesses can better protect themselves
Our panel are specialists in claims, law and organisational wellbeing and will share their recent experiences and outlook for the future.
Elizabeth Wallace, Partner, BLM Law
Alistair Dornan, Director, Organisational Wellbeing Consulting at Gallagher
Hosted by James Murray, Leeds Branch Director at Gallagher
Panel discussion followed by audience Q&A
Wednesday 14th April 2021 at 10am
How to book your place:
Please register by clicking the button below, once registered you will be emailed the joining details. If you are unable to join us live on the day, you will be emailed a link to watch on-demand later.
Gallagher is a risk management, insurance and HR/benefits consultancy and will be sharing their views in that capacity. This webinar is not intended to give legal or financial advice, and, accordingly, should not be relied upon for such. In preparing this webinar we have relied on information sourced from third parties and we make no claims as to the completeness or accuracy of the information contained herein. It reflects our understanding as at the date of the webinar. You should not act upon information nor determine not to act, without first seeking specific specialist advice. No third party to whom this is passed can rely on it. We and our officers, employees or agents shall not be responsible for any loss whatsoever arising from the recipient’s reliance upon any information we provide herein and exclude liability for the content to fullest extent permitted by law. Should you require advice about your specific arrangements or circumstances, please get in touch with Gallagher.