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Fixed-Fee Services for Businesses (Coronavirus)

What steps are businesses taking to weather the COVID-19 outbreak?

Regardless of the sector you operate in, or the size of your business, it’s clear that the impact of conoravirus will be significant and require quick, decisive and creative thinking to ensure your business can stay afloat.

Harrison Drury is offering a range of fixed fee services that help businesses to access the various government schemes designed to ensure cashflow, ensure business continuity and to identify potential risk.

Support accessing the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme:

The CJRS was announced by the Government on Friday 20 March 2020. Through the scheme HMRC will reimburse employers 80% of the wage costs of a furloughed worker. Harrison Drury will consider any existing contractual terms and provide clients with advice as to their options and the process that should be adopted; produce the required letter templates to send to staff; and provide an announcement script if appropriate. The cost of this service is £750 – £1000 (+VAT)

Support requests for rent concessions for payment holidays

Harrison Drury is providing businesses with the necessary legal advice by reviewing the Lease and advising on the forfeiture provisions (subject to government restrictions), liaising with the landlord and agree a rental concession where appropriate. The cost of this service is £350 (+VAT)

Where businesses are concerned about their obligations under a contract, paying their creditors or are concerned that their contractors or suppliers are unable to meet their obligations to meet a contract:

Harrison Drury will offer businesses a commercial contract review with a focus on performance and termination requirements. This includes up to a 30 minute call to discuss options from £450 (+ VAT)

Dealing with business and commercial insurance claims

To help businesses determine their eligibility to make a financial claim from an existing policy, we offer a fixed fee service of £750 plus VAT.

Examining the insurance documents will help to determine the cover available and our team will then offer detailed advice on the possible outcomes.

We can also:

  • Advise upon the merits of challenging an insurer where a claim has been rejected.
  • Consider whether the conclusions reached by brokers in respect of cover are correct.
  • Advise whether a broker potentially has liability where a business and/or individual faces a lack of cover.

As it is usually a condition of insurance cover that claims are notified to the insurer promptly, it is crucial that we are contacted as soon as possible in order to assess your eligibility to make a claim.


Manage your privacy

How we handle your personal data

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) gives you more control over how companies like ours use your personal information and makes it quicker and easier for you to check and update the information we hold about you.

As part of our service to you, we will continue to collect, use, store and share your data safely and securely. This doesn’t require any action on your part.

For more detailed information view our Privacy Hub