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Earthquake and Insurance

The Canterbury earthquake has thrown up a myriad of property issues that have deeply affected individuals, businesses, institutions and communities.
 
Since September 2010 {mds} law has been advising and assisting clients work through the many issues including identification of property issues, assessment of insurance policies, advising on claims preparation and negotiating with private insurers and EQC. Our team has been instrumental in analysing and negotiating improved outcomes for many affected clients.
 
We advise on:
  • Residential Property (including Red Zone Property settlements).
  • Commercial Property.
  • Business Interruption and Material Damage Claims.
  • Business Restructuring.
  • Employment and Redundancy issues.
  • Tax advice.
Please contact us for advice or further information about our services.

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