Impact of climate litigation on the general insurance industry

12 Jun 2024


In our first episode of Talking Insurance, we are delighted to be joined by Suzanne Padmore from Burges Salmon to discuss the growing trend of climate litigation and its potential impact on the general insurance industry.

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Key Topics
  • What is climate change litigation?
  • Recent trends in climate litigation.
  • Examples of recent claims.
  • What can insurers do to monitor changes in climate litigation.


Siddhant Chopra

by Siddhant Chopra

Suzanne Padmore

by Suzanne Padmore
Burges Salmon