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Recovery Recovery

Successful Recovery work requires a detailed knowledge of the international conventions which govern the carriage of goods by sea, road and air; an understanding of the complexities surrounding bills of lading, charterparties and other carriage documentation; a thorough grounding in contract and tort law, and experience negotiating and litigating claims through the court and arbitration systems, both here and abroad.

But you know all of that, as do we.

Much more interesting, we hope, to give you some examples of the Recovery work which we have carried out recently; from a US$12m claim for the Lloyd’s Market against ship interests for damaging a famous beer terminal in the Philippines, to representing Belgium cargo underwriters in relation to ransom and general average issues arising from the seizure of the carrying vessel by Somalian pirates; from the problems facing prominent rice traders (and their Swiss underwriters) arising from shipments into West Africa, to damage sustained to a vintage aeroplane during shipment to the world famous Al Ain Aerobatics Show in the Middle East; from dealing with a multi-million dollar oil inventory loss for Lloyd’s in the Republic of Dagestan, to losses suffered to a consignment of raw hides during a road accident in the Namibian desert.

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