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Geoffrey Greeves recovers insurance proceeds for corporate policyholders in disputed claims, coverage litigation matters, adversary proceedings, and using arbitration, mediation and negotiation. Geoffrey is first and foremost a trial lawyer. He routinely handles business tort litigation from inception through appeal. Spanning 20 years in insurance recovery practice in hotly disputed insurance claims involving man-made and natural disasters such as 9/11, the Nashville floods, ValuJet flight 592, the Deepwater Horizon incident, earthquakes in Chile and Japan, Superstorm Sandy and various other hurricanes, Geoffrey has achieved numerous eight-figure settlements for his clients.

Urgent Considerations with Harvey, Irma, and Maria Suit Limitations Deadlines Approaching Commercial Property and Business Interruption insurance policies customarily include suit limitations clauses to protect the insurer against lawsuits. These clauses may be found buried amid general conditions in the property form or in an endorsement. Their sole purpose is to shorten the otherwise longer statute of limitations and hinder your organization’s ability to challenge your

Wind, Flood or Storm Surge: Pick Your Peril CarefullyA catastrophic loss, such as a hurricane strike, can force any company out of business, even if it is insured. Although a business does not suffer any direct physical damage to its facilities, fickle natural disaster events can disrupt a company’s entire supply chain, with ripple effects for vendors, suppliers, customers and second-tier providers