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Terri Adams

Terri Adams

Director, Specialist Adjusting, Charles Taylor Adjusting

Mobile+44 7880 269 129
Email terri.adams@charlestaylor.com
Address

The Minster Building
21 Mincing Lane
London
EC3R 7AG
United Kingdom

Expertise

Specialist Business Interruption Adjusting – Major and Complex Loss, Liability, Product Recall, Recoveries

About This Individual
  • Terri deals primarily with business interruption aspects of high value commercial losses up to values in excess of £100m.
  • This includes food production facilities, brewery sites, leisure and entertainment venues, universities, cyber claims for entertainment sites, hotels, night clubs, restaurants, supermarkets, agricultural claims, meat processors, builders merchants, theatres, etc.
  • Terri conducts specific investigations into financial situations including developer insolvency, financial motive, and recoveries.
  • She is also versed in stock claims, mediation, arbitration and expert witness appointments.

Professional Qualifications

  • FCA
  • BSc (Hons)

Notable Assignments

  • Rice milling plant (BI over £20 million)
  • Food production facility (BI over £8 million)
  • University fire in teaching and research building (BI £4 million)
  • University fire in Student Accommodation (BI £5 million)
  • Arts and Theatre Complex fire (BI over £1 million)
  • Cyber attack on an online operator (BI/ICW £2.5 million)
  • Agricultural production facility (BI over £2.5 million with complex ICW issues and “new” Gross Revenue wording)
  • Premium brand hotel damaged in a flood (BI £1 million)
  • Contamination at a food processing plant (Costs inc LOGP £1 million)
  • Financial aspects arising out of a roof collapse at a European processing plant (Eu1 million)
  • Public liability claim for a telecommunications supplier in the Middle East (US8 million)
  • Stock and Business Interruption arising out of the Tianjin explosion (£125 million)