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Liverpool Insurance Institute - COVID-19 and the impact on BI claims

This session will cover the complexities that COVID-19 and the subsequent impact of the FCA Test Case on BI claims.
Recorded Nov 25 2020 59 mins
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Damian Glynn, Director, Head of Financial Risks, Sedgwick
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    At the end of this event, the delegate will be able to identify:
    • The fundamentals of Method Statements and Risk Assessments.
    • Understanding the implications of managing Method Statements and Risk Assessments.
    • Site working and Method Statements and Risk Assessments.
    • Case study of an alleged personal injury.
    1. Background to the claim following an alleged work at height incident at work.
    2. Discussion of the working practices, methodology and understanding.
    3. Conclusions of the investigation.
    4. Outcome for the Employer and Claimant.

    Speaker biography:

    John Colquhoun is a Chartered Electrical and Electronic Engineer and has over 8 years’ experience of forensic investigation in a wide range of cases throughout the UK and abroad. John carries out investigations and analysis of fires and explosions, electrical and electronic engineering failures, and personal injuries. John has also over 13 years of experience in the telecommunications industry in engineering, commercial and operational management roles and is certified to access onshore wind turbines, tall structures (Tower Climbing, Rescue and RF awareness) and holds an IPAF MEWP’s operator’s license. John has prepared numerous CPR compliant reports and has given evidence as an expert witness in the Royal Courts of Justice, Sheriff Courts (Scotland), a Fatal Accident Inquiry (Scotland) and Institute of Civil Engineering Arbitration.
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    At the end of this event, the delegate will be able to identify:
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    • Plumbing Materials.
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    • Legislation and regulation overview
    • Case studies

    Speaker biography:

    Justin Kuncaitis has spent 13 years in the telecommunications industry, as a Technical Project Manager and as a Field Engineer. He has also spent a number of years in the built environment including 5years working as a Pipe Fitter. Justin has managed development and deployment projects for the major Network Providers including product design and development, secondary power, battery systems, base transceiver systems, radio frequency rigging and planned preventative maintenance. In the built environment Justin has been involved in domestic renovation, the construction of schools and hospitals, and major Industrial projects such as the Hyundai Semiconductor and Chunghwa Picture Tubes plants.
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    At the end of this event, the delegate will be able to identify:
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    • Causes of fire and explosions and how people affect these
    • Case study of a high-rise fire (not Grenfell Tower)
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    At the end of this event, the delegate will be able to identify:
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    • An understanding of different environmental remediation technologies.
    • Remediation goals – sign off criteria and when to stop works.
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    Speaker biography:

    Andrew Kyle has worked in regulation, for the Environment Agency, including three years as area hydrogeologist in the Thames Region and a further 15 years’ experience in environmental consultancy, contaminated land assessment, pollution response and remediation contracting. During this time Andrew has responded to and remediated thousands of environmental claims. His specific expertise encompasses site investigations, contamination remediation and validation including detailed quantitative risk assessments for human health and controlled waters. Additionally, Andrew’s hydrogeological expertise covers pump test design, implementation and results analysis to determine specification for remedial systems, as well as modelling to assess effects of groundwater abstraction on the water environment and determine contaminant transport characteristics. Andrew is a Member of the Academy of Experts and has acted as Expert Witness where causation or liability relating to environmental impact is disputed. This work has relied on his detailed knowledge of current environmental legislation and regulations.
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    Damian Glynn, Director, Head of Financial Risks, Sedgwick
    This session will cover the complexities that COVID-19 and the subsequent impact of the FCA Test Case on BI claims.
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