Gloves off in fight over Covid claims, says Ryan Woolley

Woolley has been fighting since May 2020 to get insurance companies to pay business interruption claims

10 January 2021 - 00:06 By CHRIS BARRON

Ryan Woolley, CEO of public loss adjustment firm Insurance Claims Africa, says he expects insurers to "fight all the way" to avoid honouring Covid-19-related business interruption claims in spite of a Supreme Court of Appeal ruling in December.

The SCA upheld a Cape Town high court order that Momentum Metropolitan subsidiary Guardrisk pay for the losses incurred by Cafe Chameleon resulting from the lockdown...

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