Webster: prudent decision.
Clark takes technical role
Tucker: CILA is not a trade organisation
Former FSCS director and Crawford adjuster to join 1 July
The Site Waste Management Plans Regulations 2008 were created to cut the 72 million tonnes of waste created annually by construction and reinstatement. Martin Gent looks at the potential liabilities that lurk beneath for insurers.
GAB handling claims on packing plant blaze.
Director Owen Gorman believes Dave Smith is an excellent fit
With reports continuing to emerge about the lack of new talent entering the loss adjusting market, Benedict Burke gives his own personal take on the problems faced by the market and what can be done to address it.
Smith: had to go through selection process
Benedict Burke, Crawford CEO outlines the rationale behind the launch of its Broadspire service for the corporate market.
Charles Taylor Adjusting has entered into a strategic partnership with Prudent Loss Adjusters to rep...
CP Adjusting, the new loss adjuster born from the management buyout of Resources in Insurance Group'...
I note with interest the dialogue currently ongoing regarding the subject of loss adjuster commissio...
In 2007, when the then Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters president Harry Roberts spoke of a "dem...
I write in connection with the headline story in Post, 14 May 2008. Let there be no mistake, for ma...
Recession: Fraud trends
GAB Robins has won out in its second major tender following the announcement of its management buyout...
Ant Gould, group editor in chief Post Magazine, talks to Mark Chapman, managing director of the Davies Group
Former CEO of Lloyd’s, Richard Ward joined Cunningham Lindsey as executive chairman in June 2014. He talks about and the challenges faced by loss adjusters during a difficult and uncertain landscape.