Loss Adjuster


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Loss Adjuster

A predominately British and Commonwealth term for a claims adjuster.
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This will help reduce the amount of time loss adjusters have to spend on routine administrative tasks freeing them up to concentrate on the service we provide.
Operations director is David Croston, also a chartered loss adjuster who began his career with Eagle Star.
When the claim was investigated it was very quickly suspected to be fraudulent - and when he was challenged by the loss adjuster he admitted he had never owned any of the items.
Scott, 32, of Kelvindale, Glasgow, and his mum Joan, 58, sent the quotes to loss adjuster Cunningham Lindsey but the family heard nothing more.
Under that agreement, signed between UniCredit and the loss adjuster, UniCredit will pay depositors of Banca MB up to a maximum of EUR127.
Dave Lavender, 53, a loss adjuster from Coulby Newham: "Officials, management and the background staff -without them there is no football.
My wall fell down with the weight of snow and the severe frost but when the loss adjuster came out he said our insurance company doesn't pay out for frost damage.
LOSS adjuster MYI has opened a new office in South Wales.
The panel also heard about another tool used to stem losses: Multispectral imagery, which photographs crops using other-than-visible parts of the light spectrum, which can show crop losses much more accurately than a loss adjuster making estimations on the ground.
A loss adjuster from the buildings insurer appointed the builders.
Jason Hudson, an insurance loss adjuster, and his partner Sarah Williams were in bed when the strike caused the ceiling upstairs to collapse around them.
The loss adjuster needed persuading that the cause was from an "insured event" and that it wasn't the result of inadequate building works during the conversion.