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loss assessors

Loss Assessors

Call us on
0151 523 9087

and we will do the rest

 

An independent report found that by using a Rest Assured Loss Assessors Limited on average you will receive 35% more than if the Policy Holder handles the claim themselves. Using Rest Assured will Save you numerous phone calls and the stress of dealing with your insurance company.

 

Why Should I use a Loss Assessor?

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There are many legal rights that the policyholder is entitled to, that you may not know about. We navigate this maze for you and can avoid many pitfalls an individual may make. When the insurance company send around their loss adjuster, a Rest Assured loss assessor will be there to meet them.

Remember – Rest Assured do not work for insurance companies, WE WORK FOR YOU.

 

What is a Loss Assessor?

 

A loss assessor negotiates on your behalf with your insurance company’s loss adjuster.  He works for you and will maximise your insurance claim. With experience of damage claims, he will know what you can claim for and how to claim it. Because the loss assessor works for you, you get the most out of your claim without having to talk to the insurance company.

 

What is a loss Adjuster?

 

Loss adjusters are claims specialists who work on behalf of the insurance company. They deal with your claim and decide how much the claim is worth or if the claim is valid, they will then write to the insurance company recommending appropriate payment.

 

The difference between a Loss Assessor and a Loss Adjuster?

 

The main difference between the two is that the loss assessor works for you, the loss adjuster works for the insurance company. If you employ a loss assessor he will assess the damage and then pass it on to the loss adjuster. If you do not use a loss assessor, the adjuster will assess the damage instead, because he works for the insurer he his more likely to adjust the claim down in favour of the insurer.