loss adjuster


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loss adjuster

someone who specializes in investigating claims under insurance policies. The law in this area is most specialized, and adjusters do not merely check the facts but seek out such facts as are relevant to the policy or policies of the type in question. They maybe employed either by way of subcontracting by insurers or by insured persons who wish to maximize their legitimate claims.
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But new managing director Kevin Wood vowed today that it will be "business as usual" at the group which has developed into one of the UK's largest loss adjusters since it was founded in 1992.
The appointed Loss Adjuster will be integral to that process.
Mr Lawson, 41, has more than 25 years' experience within the insurance industry and will be liaising with loss adjusters and insurance companies across the UK in his new role.
Don't be scared of entering into discussions with the loss adjuster about what options are open to you.
A second loss adjuster arrived at Lynn's home last month, and he told her to expect a pay-out.
The company has mobilized its emergency claims unit and teams of public loss adjusters and insurance consultants in and around Bastrop.
Historically, loss adjusters have acted exclusively for insurance companies.
After the van was wrecked, it was examined by a loss adjuster, who later said that settlement had been agreed and payment would follow.
But the loss adjuster said that only the damage caused by the boiler bursting was covered and not the boiler itself.
All risks, Primary liability, BA Excess of loss, loss adjuster. The projects involve the construction and reconstruction of water treatment stations, collectors, pumping stations, pipelines and the like.
A loss adjuster for the Age Concern people visited her soon after the blaze in April.