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Loss Assessors - How They Can Help?

Insurance claims for property damage can be a minefield, one wrong ticked box or wrong phrasing of your wording can have a substantial impact on the value of the settlement offered, or even getting your claim accepted. Appointing your own Loss Assessors to manage your property related insurance claim can substantially improve the outcome of your claim both in terms of the amount paid out and the time it takes to complete the claim handling process. Your insurer will use their own loss adjuster to evaluate your claim and minimise the settlement value offered, a loss assessor will work on your behalf to ensure that you get the maximum entitlement from your claim.

The Benefits Of Professional Representation

You wouldn't go into a Court of Law without professional legal representation, so don't enter into negotiations about settlement of your insurance claim, with potentially many thousands of pounds at risk, without your own claims management loss assessors there to assist you. Loss assessors understand that this can be a difficult and stressful time for you, and that they are there to help.

What the right loss assessor will do for you:

Did You Know?

ICOBS: What is it, how does it affect you?

Claims processing by insurance companies must be comply with rules contained in the "Insurance: New Conduct of Business Sourcebook", known as the ICOBS rules on claim handling. Issued by the FSA, ICOBS applies to both consumers and commercial customers. The insurer is responsible for claims handling, even if they have outsourced this function. The main objective of ICOBS is to ensure that customers are treated fairly. As such, claims must be handled fairly and promptly.

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Click on the graphic above to go to the Certified Claims Management site, independent loss assessors in the UK, working on a "no-win, no-fee" basis.

help with fire, storm, weather and flood damage insurance claims

Specialising in all aspects of insurance claims management, a loss assessor can assist in the preparation and presentation of all domestic and commercial insurance claims resulting from fire, flood, storm, burglary, impact damage, subsidence, blocked drains or business interruption.

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