Insurance

Insurance is a major part of several fields. Business, property, family, professional risk and construction to name a few. Whether you are in the business of insurance as a broker or claim manager, or you need help with your insurance claim or portfolio, Morrison Kent’s insurance law specialists have the expertise you need. You can be certain of excellent advice and timely, proactive legal services.

Adding value through experience and innovation

Morrison Kent has one of the most experienced insurance law teams in New Zealand, our clients are both New Zealand based and international, and are both insurers and those who take out insurance policies. Our insurance law team are involved in many high-profile and complex cases around New Zealand but also deal with numerous smaller insurance matters too.

Our insurance lawyers keep themselves right up to date with the latest law and policy and industry trends. You can consult us about any aspect of insurance, our team will be happy to help.

Areas of Specialisation

Within each of the areas shown here, our experts will listen to your needs, explain the law and legal processes in plain language, consider practical solutions and efficiently action your plans.

Earthquake

Liability

Fire and General

Professional Indemnity

Major Development and Specific Project

Insurance News

Managing Earthquake Claims: What you need to know

21 December 2016 | John Goddard

This article is motivated by my concern that people affected by the November 14 earthquake may not fully appreciate the complexities and difficulties they will inevitably encounter when attempting to settle their earthquake claims.

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Homeowners Warned of Crackdown on Quake Insurance Spending
21 April 2017 | John Goddard

The Insurance Council is warning owners of earthquake-damaged homes in Marlborough that banks are cracking down on insurance pay-out spending.

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Lockouts: What you need to know
8 February 2017 | Jamie Nunns

Following the November 14 earthquake, some businesses still don't have access to their premises.  This may be to enable further engineering assessments,...

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New Level of Uncertainty for Quake-hit Homeowners
31 January 2017 | John Goddard

Late last year, EQC and the Insurance Council (ICNZ) agreed that insurers, and not EQC, would assess earthquake damage arising from the Kaikoura earthquake....

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