Cunningham Lindsey’s has claimed that its major loss investigators have saved insurers more than £7.1m in fraudulent claims in the year since their launch.
If quake damage costs insurers $8bn, as predicted by Eqecat, it will be the 2nd most expensive in history.
A working agreement has been established between insurance claims company Fitzgerald Consulting and loss adjuter Adjusting Solutions, led by Tom Battell and David Martin.
Davies' new head of claims operations Jim Pittman says he is looking forward to returning to "conventional" loss adjusting after joining from rival firm Merlin Professional Claims Services.
This issue featured an interview with new FSA insurance sector boss Ken Hogg, a focus on motor premium payments, major loss and comprehensive legal update on vicarious liability, care costs, limitation periods and brand protection and all the latest news…
Amy Ellis reports on how police forensic investigations can delay the reinstatement process for buildings and examines the implications this has for major loss claims.
Andrew Cavan returns after four years
Last week, Post reported that the insurance industry is looking to put in place an industry-wide surge event plan in the wake of recent flooding.
The insurance industry is looking to put in place an industry-wide surge event plan in the wake of recent flooding.
Post looks in detail at the UK loss adjusting sector.
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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.