Business Interruption

Business Interruption

Aviva Insurance Adjusters have handle many business interruption claims. The longer a business is closed the more money is lost. Business interruption is when an incident such as fire, lightning strike, hurricane, tornado, power surge, water damage, flood or break-in, cause your business to cease operations. This interruption of normal business results in you losing money. Your business isn’t just losing profit, but your expenses keep piling up. You still to pay employees, vendors, and other fixed expenses such as rent and utilities, that will continue while you are unable to carry on your normal business functions. Depending on the severity of the loss, you may need to temporarily relocate your business. Business Interruption coverage isn’t always standard on a policy and you may have to purchase this important and specialized coverage known as “business interruption” coverage on a Business Owners Policy(BOP).

A little more about filing a business interruption claim.

Business interruption insurance can cover your losses of revenue which your business would have normally realized. Furthermore, business interruption insurance usually covers you for a finite period of time, so the coverage period could be for two weeks, one month, three months worth of coverage, or any amount you purchase. If you have a business owners policy (BOP), and you are unsure if you have this important coverage, we would be glad to take a look at no charge to you, and let you know. Often times the coverage is included in a BOP, but sometimes you have to buy it separately. You would need an experienced public adjuster on your side, to fight your business interruption claim.

Filing a business interruption claim can be complicated. Let us help.

Thus, business interruption is a specialized type of claim which will involve a history of your company’s revenue over the prior years. This often leads to speculation: How much money would your company have earned if it never experienced the interruption in the first place? The process involves putting together a claim, using the available data of past profit and loss, including special calculations for workers, board members, and taking into account, extra fixed costs which continued occurring during the loss period. I encourage you to let a professional public adjuster look at your claim before you let your insurance company handle it.

What to do first:

Call AIA. We will provide a free no obligation review of your business interruption claim. Our office has experience with these types of claims and has the benefit of collaboration with tax specialists in order to get these tough claims resolved fairly. Call our main office direct at 877-351-1933.