We are your unwavering advocates, handling your claim and developing a business recovery strategy for your immediate and long-term goals.
How We Can Help
Since 1941, Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International has been helping East Coast businesses and organizations, from New York metropolitan to Florida, manage their insurance claims for major property damage and business interruption. When a cybersecurity attack occurs, we step in quickly as your advocate and deal with the insurance company and claims process.
Our team reviews your policy to identify coverage options and restrictions, limitations, and requirements. Our forensic accountants accurately calculate your current and projected business interruption losses. Meanwhile, we meet with you behind closed doors to develop a business recovery strategy for the goals of your business or organization. We present an itemized claim package to the insurance company, proving all of the damage, and negotiate a fair and equitable settlement.
What to Focus on After a Cybersecurity Attack
Before engaging your insurance company, consider the following questions. Contact us for the answers and a complimentary review of your claim.
- Do I have cybersecurity coverage? Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International's public adjusters can analyze your policies and determine if there is coverage under your Property Policy, Crime/Kidnap & Ransom Policy, and/or Cyber Policy.
- Does my policy have any requirements for the insured following a loss? Do I, the insured, need to obtain consent prior to paying a ransomware demand or hiring a consultant after a data breach?
- How does Goodman-Gable-Gould/Adjusters International's team capture, measure, and support all facets of the loss? Potential components of the claim may include business interruption and extra expenses, including breach notifications, digital forensic experts, remediation expenses, physical damage, crisis communications, legal fees, and fines.
- What is my agent/broker’s role?
- How do I keep my employees?
- How do I keep my customers?
- Why is a claims strategy so important?
- Why would my small business be a target for cyber hacking? How many small businesses fail because they are attacked?
- What is the difference between a DoS and a DDoS cyber attack?