(AVONDALE, La) — Has your business been impacted by Hurricane Zeta? Have you experienced business disruption as a result of the storm?
When a disaster strikes, it is important to be prepared. But even the most prepared businesses can experience struggles and challenges in the aftermath of a severe weather event or unexpected crisis. Over the past several days, businesses across Jefferson Parish experienced business disruption as a result of Hurricane Zeta. As our community focuses on recovery, JEDCO understands that many of our business owners have questions about business interruption insurance, filing claims, and how to prepare documentation to receive insurance funds in the aftermath of the storm.
Join JEDCO on Thursday, November 5th, at 1:00 PM for a webinar about business interruption and what to do when it happens. Our experts will cover a variety of topics to educate and support your business as you navigate hurricane recovery. Topics include:
Business Interruption Insurance – what is it and why does your business need it?
What Business Interruption Insurance covers
How to file a claim
How to document your business interruption
What to do if there’s a dispute in coverage
CHRIS D’AMOUR, Partner
Adams and Reese
Chris D’Amour defends insurance companies and commercial entities in casualty, coverage, bad faith, property, cargo and transportation, products liability, class action, multidistrict litigation, commercial, construction, E&O and professional liability litigation, handling matters out of every office in the firm’s footprint. A significant part of his practice stems from the large London insurance market.
Instrumental in growing the firm’s insurance practice in the post-Katrina era, Chris has tried many jury and judge trials, often serving as lead counsel. Chris was the lead attorney in an eight-day, multimillion-dollar bad faith jury trial where the jury rejected all four counts of bad faith against his insurance client. A jury recently returned a zero verdict in his client’s favor in a matter that involved transportation and cargo. He litigates and mediates matters relating to several industries, including construction, entertainment, insurance, real estate and manufacturing.
RYAN DAUL, Producer and Vice-President
Daul Insurance Agency
Ryan Daul is an insurance Producer and Vice-President for Daul Insurance Agency. Ryan’s goal as a Producer is the same as every other Daul Insurance Agency employee’s goal, that is to do what is best for the customer at all times. This is the primary focus of every transaction that occurs in the agency.
Ryan began working for Daul Insurance Agency in 2002 after graduating from Loyola University. He became licensed as a P&C Producer in 2003. Ryan graduated from Tulane’s MBA program in 2009. He received his CPCU designation in 2015.
He has served or is currently serving on the following boards:
Independent Agents of Greater New Orleans – Board Member
Professional Insurance Agents – Governmental Committee Member/ Board Member 2016
Timberlane Country Club – Board Member (2009-2011)
Jefferson Chamber of Commerce – Board Member
Plaquemines Association of Business and Industry (PABI) – Board Member
GNO, INC Nextgen council 2016