Loss Adjuster


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Loss Adjuster

A predominately British and Commonwealth term for a claims adjuster.
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As and when the situation would so warrant Chartered Surveyors would assist Loss Adjusters in the Assessment of the extent of damage to the building as well as would over-see the Repairs of the same.
Ironically, Jason is an insurance loss adjuster and this is the kind of thing he deals with.
We will immediately provide alternative accommodation for our customers and send a member of the team, called a loss adjuster, to the incident within 24 hours.
And, to the best of my knowledge, none of the same employees of the Insurers posses the Qualifications of Certified Aviation Loss Adjuster or Maritime Loss Adjuster, as provided for in Sub-Section-1 (a) of Section-111 of the Insurance Ordinance.
We have instructed a loss adjuster to arrange a full settlement with the customer as soon as possible.
Mr Brown said RSA was helped by having in-house loss adjusters who could settle clients' claims immediately, rather than having to return to the office to have them approved.
Another red flag is when a combination of producers, agents and loss adjusters appear in a number of questionable claims.
The monitoring continued and after eight months the cracks had increased in width, length and number to the point that the loss adjusters accepted a need to underpin the corner.
Until now, however, there had been no officially sanctioned loss adjusters in the country.
Don't be offended if you make a claim for burglary, subsidence or other damage and a loss adjuster calls on you.
A loss adjuster was assigned and, as soon as Saturday, alternative accommodation was arranged to support the families in distress," Patrick Choffel, Chief Executive Officer of Oman Insurance Company, said.
The list is not exhaustive and a Loss Adjuster may have to take more pains, depending upon circumstances in each case.