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Cunningham Lindsey ready to respond to Chilean Earthquake

15th Sep 2015

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One million people have had to leave their home after an 8.3 magnitude earthquake hits Chile, with strong tremors lasting approximately 3 minutes.

At least 10 people have died, with waves of 4.7m high hitting the coast town Coquimbo. A tsunami alert was put in place for the entire Chilean coast but has since been lifted. It has been reported that atleast 1800 people have been left without drinking water and hundred of thousands had no power.

Staff from our associates in Chile are already attending losses and we have teams of adjusters based in our offices around Latin America and available for immediate dispatch – we have extensive experience of working in Chile from all of our Latin America offices.

If you require any more information on the services Cunningham Lindsey offer in Latin America and how we may assist you and your clients then please contact us in Colombia or London:

Steve Toomer

Bogota, Colombia

Tel: +57 1 349 1105

Mob: +57 3310 320 1787

[email protected]

Ben Price

London, United Kingdom

Tel: +44 20 7816 1827

Mob: +44 7831 217 510

[email protected]


Notes to editors

Cunningham Lindsey in Latin America

Cunningham Lindsey is one of the largest loss adjusting and claim management companies in the world. We offer our business partners fast, efficient and above all, consistent service from our operating platform of over 5,000 employees in over 60 countries.

Cunningham Lindsey maintains a sizeable network throughout Latin America having our own offices in Brazil, Colombia, Mexico and Venezuela; with associates in Argentina, Chile and Peru.


For more information, visit our website at or contact Ben Price, [email protected]

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