Loss adjusting

Storms' insured loss estimate increases to £1.4bn

Latest estimates from accounting firm PWC suggest insured losses from storms Desmond, Eva and Frank, which battered the UK in December 2015, could reach £1.4bn as Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday (3 January) pledged £40m to repair and improve flood…

Penny Black's New Year 2016

As the insurance industry rings in the New Year, Penny Black asked commentators how they like to celebrate and what resolutions they will be making for 2016.

Blog: Drones prove their worth in Desmond floods

In the wake of Storm Desmond, loss adjusters have been using drones to provide an aerial view of the flood-stricken areas. They've started only recently experimenting with the technology and, initially, there was a school of thought that it's a ‘nice to…

Review of the Year: Loss Adjusting

The benign weather has resulted in fewer claims for loss adjusters in 2015, while a wind of change has blown over insurers’ panels and merger turbulence has reshaped the landscape. After the severe verdict of the Financial Conduct Authority on SME claims…

Cila council approves updated diversity policy

The Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters council has formally approved the organisation's amended diversity and inclusion policy which includes training, development and progression opportunities for members.

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