For both tortfeasors and claimants, it can be difficult to know where you stand in terms of the law of tort and insurance when losses occur.
The financial ramifications of insurance cases and actions for damages can be considerable, whether you are a private individual or business and for claimants as well as tortfeasors. Many questions usually crop up when a loss occurs, for example about whether the conditions for liability for damages are met; how to assess the loss; who has the burden of proof, and whether the loss is covered by insurance.
At TVC Law Firm, we have extensive experience in conducting insurance cases and actions for damages. We handle cases before complaint bodies, for example the Insurance Complaints Board and the Danish Complaint Board of Banking Services, as well as before the ordinary courts of law.
We represent both claimants and tortfeasors. For several years we have acted as a permanent representative for several insurance companies, providing us with particularly in-depth knowledge of how cases are handled from their perspective.
Our mission is always to achieve the best possible result. Sometimes, a case needs to go all the way to the Supreme Court. On other occasions, amicable settlements can be reached. We focus on providing a realistic assessment of the likely outcome of cases, the costs involved and the process. Sometimes we recommend not proceeding with a case. We do not conduct cases for the sake it or for our own benefit, but always for the sake of our clients.
Sometimes commercial relationships lead to disputes which develop into claims for damages.
Losses are always covered by insurance. Or are they? It is not always easy to know whether a loss is covered by your insurance.
Both executive officers and board members carry a huge responsibility. If you make a wrong decision or the company goes bankrupt, as a member of management you must be prepared for the matter to be investigated.