By Miles Stratford
Media attention in recent months has shone a light on the growing awareness of how methamphetamine use and manufacture is compromising property assets. This awareness has seen more people make meth testing part of their pre-purchase due diligence. This in turn has meant that claim numbers have increased dramatically.
Uncertainty around what to do about meth risk, is resulting in inaction on the part of many property owners. At the same time, insurers are taking steps to limit and exclude cover.
By better understanding MethRisk, you will be able to improve the advice you provide to clients, thereby reducing their exposure to the problems meth criminals leave behind.