Loss Adjuster


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Loss Adjuster

A predominately British and Commonwealth term for a claims adjuster.
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She said: "I phoned again and couldn't believe it when they told me they hadn't received the loss adjuster's report.
Age Concern quickly investigated and discovered their underwriters had not had the loss adjuster's preliminary report.
Deal with reputable contractors and if in doubt contact your insurer or loss adjuster .
Service of loss adjusters to handle claims of less than or equal to the contractual excess of EUR 25 000 as provided in the policy rct / rco of the Municipality of Monza.
Charles Taylor Adjusting is now one of the leading international loss adjusters in the region.
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.
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.
A loss adjuster for Aviva wrote McDonald, insinuating that he knew the person(s) responsible and that not disclosing the identity to the police or the insurer constituted a breach of policy.
LOSS adjuster MYI has opened a new office in South Wales.
"A loss adjuster from the buildings insurer appointed the builders.