Employee Theft

General

 

It is critical that you advise Chadwicks of the possibility of a loss and we in turn will inform your insurers immediately thereby:

 

  • Achieving the best possible chance of recovery of the amount stolen
  • Minimizing investigation costs
  • Securing evidence in a manner acceptable to the criminal courts
  • Avoiding any possibility of your insurers rejecting your loss due to their rights being prejudiced due to late notification
  • Ensuring you involve insurers expertise as early as possible - after all they have the facilities, assessors and experience to handle investigations and to guide you in preparing claims

 

Information Required

 

Please provide us with as much information as possible including:

 

  • Date of discovery
  • Nature of Incident / apparent modus operandi
  • Indication of the period over which the loss occurred
  • Estimate of the financial value of the possible loss
  • Details of employee/s suspected
  • How the loss was discovered
  • Proposed action to investigate the incident

 

 
 

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