Atleast 75 people have been killed and over 100,000 have been left homeless after a sudden and abnormal warming of Pacific waters and a series of torrential downpours wreaking havoc over the Peruvian shore. Landslides and raging rivers have washed away buildings and destroying crops.
It has been reported that the intense rains are the worst to have been seen in two decades. The rainy season has delivered 10 times more rainfall than usual and a state of emergency has been declared in half the country with the armed forces being deployed to help police maintain public order.
Our long term associates Herrera DKP, supported by our Major & Complex Loss Team in Miami are responding to claims in the affected area.
Should you require any further information on how we may be of assistance to you and your clients then please contact Peter Ravey in Miami or Ben Price in London: