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We have an in-depth knowledge of many industries around the world and have discovered and defined value in virtually every scenario imaginable.

Although no two projects are ever the same, there is a strong likelihood that we are able to apply our vast experience to your particular needs. You can gain a better understanding of our past experience and how this may relate to your needs by searching our case snapshot database.

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Testimony for the High Court2
Testimony for the High Court

A personal injury claim due to alleged medical negligence financially impacted businesses in three countries. The review required the analysis of 30,000+ documents. Expert witness testimony was presented in the High Court in London, and was accepted by the Judge.

  • Legal / Quantification
  • Disputes
  • United Kingdom
Motive for Arson

A hardware store was destroyed in a fire, prompting an insurance claim to be filed. The insurer suspected arson and hired RGL to investigate the financial records of the hardware store for motive. We analyzed financial documents from a two-year period leading up to the date of the fire to create a complete financial picture of the business. The case went into litigation, and a partner with RGL testified at deposition and at trial.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Retail & Consumer
  • Financial Lines / Crime & Fidelity
  • United States
Damage to Insured and Uninsured Property

An open cast gold mine in Kyrgyzstan suffered a working bench failure, damaging three of the five drills in use and resulting in a claimed business interruption loss of over US $100 million. The claim review involved splitting out losses resulting from the physical damage to insured and uninsured property. The resulting calculation was used by both Canadian lawyers and the London market insurers to successfully settle the loss without the need for legal proceedings.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • Kyrgyzstan
Suit Over Unpaid Wages

Represented an international fast-food chain when employees sued, claiming payroll violations. The claim included unpaid time for pre- and post-shift tasks. The employer was given time to “cure” the suit under Oregon law by correcting errors in compensation. RGL reviewed payroll details and conducted multilingual interviews to determine hours worked off-the-clock. The court determined RGL’s analysis properly measured damages, giving the employer the opportunity to “cure” the suit before it escalated to a class action.

  • Legal / Investigation
  • Disputes
  • United States
Closed for Four Months
Closed for Four Months

One location of a successful franchise restaurant in Oklahoma was severely damaged by fire, closing for four months. RGL was engaged to quantify the business interruption loss—working with the insured to gather the necessary documentation and monitoring progress on repairs.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Property / Business Interruption
  • United States
Real Estate Bankruptcy
Real Estate Bankruptcy

Retained by a California real estate developer in bankruptcy to determine reasonableness of its development plan and perform an income analysis. Reviewed market factors and conducted a thorough financial review of cash flow, liability to asset ratios, and income statements.

  • Corporate / Quantification
  • Business & Professional Services
  • Transaction Advisory
  • United States
postal employee
Investigating Postal Employee Fraud

In-house lawyers and counsel for the National Postal Company requested assistance when employee fraud was suspected. An investigation of post office records over a period of time indicated fraudulent activity.

  • Corporate / Quantification / Investigation
  • Government / Public Services
  • Forensic Investigation / Fraud
  • United Kingdom
Nuances of Stock Assessments

An international manufacturer and distributor of pharmaceutical products suffered stock losses following a warehouse fire in Kazakhstan. RGL's review included analysis of stock movement, reordered stock, identification of slow moving stock and goods which were not expected to be sold prior to expiry date, identification of stock value and net selling price, and analysis of historic stock accuracy. We prepared a stock loss calculation which allowed the adjuster to negotiate settlement of the claim.

  • Insurance / Quantification
  • Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals
  • Property / Property Damage
  • Kazakhstan
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