Obtain a fair and just settlement from insurance coverage

  • business interruption

The two main forms of consequential damages policies on the market are the L.O.P. insurance policy (Loss of Profit) and the Contribution Margin policy.

The first, L.O.P., can ensure the profit loss resulting from a decrease in turnover and an increase in manufacturing costs incurred by the company in case of accident.

In the second case it is ensured the Contribution Margin, ie the difference between revenues and variable costs of the quantities produced.

Both policies allow the company a steady cash flow, despite the damage suffered by the occurrence of the accident.