Most transports involve insurance companies on the part of the carrier, the forwarder and other parties. That leads to a variety of legal issues. Will the insurance company provide cover for a loss of goods or damages goods? Whose insurance will cover the damages? If more than one insurance company is involved, who should a claim be addressed to? Without proper legal expertise it might be difficult to answer these questions adequately.
Typical insurance policies involved in transport law cases are:
- Cargo insurance
- Transport liability insurance
- Hull insurance
- P & I insurance (Protection & Indemnity insurance)
The selection of the correct insurance policy often is critical. Our lawyers will evaluate insurance policies and check whether they cover the risks your company encounters regularly.
Our lawyers represent and advise insurance companies, insurance brokers and companies on matters of transport insurance policies.
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