Greggs alleges 'hundreds, perhaps thousands' of separate losses in Zurich aggregation trial

Greggs

The trial in the case of Greggs v Zurich drew to a close on Tuesday, in a shortened process which forwent opening statements and cross-examination of expert witnesses.

The case concerned a business interruption claim made by Greggs for 2235 insured locations throughout the UK.

The total value of the claim is currently set at £150m, significantly more than either

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