With a global network of specialised forensic accountants, Crawford delivers efficiency and expertise when it truly counts
When businesses suffer financial losses due to insured events, proper evaluation of the impact can be extremely complex. Such losses often demand collaboration amongst a host of experts, including forensic accountants that possess strong analytical skills, as well as knowledge and experience in a given enterprise or industry.
Crawford Forensic Accounting Services is part of our Global Technical Services group. Not only do we offer extensive coverage around the globe, but our experienced forensic accountants can work hand-in-hand with our traditional loss adjusting services to drive efficiencies through the overall claims process.
Regardless of company size or complexity of loss, Crawford Forensic Accounting Services stands ready to aid insurers in reaching timely claim settlements.
- Calculating business interruption and stock claims
- Quantification of cyber losses
- Reviewing the financial impact of delays in start up (advance loss of profits)
- Evaluating product recall and product liability losses
- Fraud and misappropriation investigations
- Pre-loss review of potential business interruption exposure
- Providing arbitration and litigation support
Why choose Crawford?
- Experienced, specialised forensic accounting professionals
- Consistent review process, irrespective of the size of the claim
- Expertise in developing claims mitigation and settlement strategies
- Focused on fast, transparent and effective resolution
- Integration for enhanced service, through Crawford’s network of forensic accountants and other claims handling services
- Strong language capabilities — ideally placed to build bridges between local and international markets
- Reduced claims management and legal costs
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Crawford is committed to improving pre-loss scenario analysis as a tool to stress test and challenge BI policy wordings before a claim occurs.Frederique Hardy | Director of Forensic Accounting Services | Crawford UK