loss adjuster


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loss adjuster

n
(Insurance) insurance a person qualified to adjust losses incurred through fire, explosion, accident, theft, natural disaster, etc, to agree the loss and the compensation to be paid
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loss adjuster

n (Insurance) → liquidatore m/f
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Specialist loss adjuster vrs VeriClaim, a wholly owned subsidiary of Sedgwick Claims Management Services, Inc.
For alternate accommodation, we are requesting owners to provide the Loss Adjuster team with their title deed, passport and visa copy, the new accommodation tenancy contract and proof they paid for it," said Balaji Ganapathy, senior vice-president and Head of Non-Motor Claims at OIC.
The CEO Patrick Choffel was personally on site together with the designated loss adjuster and the OIC's Claim personnel to coordinate emergency support.
an Insurance Surveyor is known as LOSS ADJUSTER whose job it is to conduct the Survey of the Claimed Loss look into the Pros and Cons of the matter and adjust the Loss within the parameters of the relevant Insurance Policy.
A DISHONEST man who repeatedly changed his name by deed poll to help him carry out a series of frauds tried to bribe a loss adjuster to support a false insurance claim.
McLarens Young International (MYI), a global loss adjuster, on Wednesday announced a merger with Airclaims, a provider of claims, risk and assessment services to the aviation community.
Also joining from Marsh is Andrew Voice, a chartered loss adjuster with more than 19 years experience.
Two months later, Scottish Power's loss adjuster told Scott to go ahead and get quotes from builders.
Under that agreement, signed between UniCredit and the loss adjuster, UniCredit will pay depositors of Banca MB up to a maximum of EUR127.
Dave Lavender, 53, a loss adjuster from Coulby Newham: "Officials, management and the background staff -without them there is no football.
My wall fell down with the weight of snow and the severe frost but when the loss adjuster came out he said our insurance company doesn't pay out for frost damage.
A loss adjuster for Aviva wrote McDonald, insinuating that he knew the person(s) responsible and that not disclosing the identity to the police or the insurer constituted a breach of policy.