Insurance Claims Assistance
Independent Loss Adjuster - Assessor
Scott & Associates are a firm of professional Loss Assessors who will represent you, the policyholder, in the event of an insurance claim. When you make an insurance claim, your insurance company appoints an "Insurance Loss Adjuster" or "Loss Assessor" to assess the value of your claim. Contrary to most claimant's belief, this loss adjuster is not independent but appointed to protect the interests of your insurance company and typically look to minimise the amount paid on your insurance claim. The loss adjuster's fee is paid by the insurance company and they report directly to them.
Get The Full Entitlement From Your Insurance Policy
Appointing your own loss assessor to assist with your insurance claim can substantially affect the outcome of your claim both in the amount paid out and the time it takes to complete. Scott & Associates will ensure that you receive the full entitlement from your insurance policy, in the shortest possible time.
You wouldn't go to a Court of Law without professional representation, so don't enter into the negotiations of your insurance claim with potentially many thousands of pounds at risk without your own expert. We understand that it's a difficult and stressful time for you, and that's why we're here to help:
- We take away the stress and confusion of dealing with your insurance claim
- We ensure that you get a fair and fast settlement
- We work in your interest not your insurer's
- We assist with preparation and presentation of claim documents
- We assist with obtaining estimates for repairs/replacement
- We include the full range of the claim
- We are a single point of contact for your claim
Types Of Insurance Claim Covered
Flood & Water Damage
Burst Pipes & Drains
What The Papers Say
"Frustrated insurance claimants are facing more obstacles and delays in getting their money out of insurers. Two-thirds of brokers say they have had to get tough with insurers on behalf of customers to get claims paid, according to a survey by the British Insurance Brokers' Association."
Financial Mail on Sunday 12th December 2010
See full article here.