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Loss Adjuster

A predominately British and Commonwealth term for a claims adjuster.
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"Our aim is not to be the biggest claims management business in the UK, but we do want to be the best, and we are keen to hear from experienced loss adjusters and others who are looking to join a growing business."
"Our loss adjusters have visited the properties however at this stage we cannot verify the cost of the damage.
Bosses at the company are currently counting the cost with loss adjusters on site.
Imad Abdel Khaleq said "The loss adjusters is an important topic that we should cover, taking into consideration the role insurance companies play when such issues occur, as this will maintain the client's trust and keep the company's position in the market."
Experience suggests that internationally owned insurance companies tend to favor working with established international partners, whether they be loss adjusters, forensic accountants or law firms.
It is the nominated supplier for several well-known loss adjusters or insurance companies over several East Midlands postcodes.
At a meetingwith residents from affected areas, in particularAlt Road, Huyton, representatives fromUUand loss adjusters insulted residents by questioning their claims for losses, both financially and emotionally.
The 29-year-old contracts manager for a firm of loss adjusters said: "I hadn't a clue what was going on.
Deeley Construction is working in partnership with loss adjusters Cunningham Lindsey and has already stripped out 150 homes and is now working on refitting another 120 properties that suffered damage.
1--International Institute of Loss Adjusters, Annual Convention, Vancouver, British Columbia.
Few, if any, saw in the new legislation a threat to the ability of loss adjusters to obtain the information needed to settle workers' compensation and third-party liability claims.