What is a loss assessor?
A loss assessor is appointed by you to protect your interests and achieve the best possible settlement you are entitled to under your particular insurance policy in the event of a claim.
What is a loss adjuster?
A loss adjuster is appointed by the insurance company to work on their behalf and to protect their interests. Loss adjusters work solely for insurance companies. They do not work for members of the public.
How much are the loss assessor’s fees?
Our fees are based as a percentage of the settlement amount. Our standard fee is 10% of the claim settlement plus VAT on fees. On larger settlements the fee percentage decreases and is agreed with you at the outset. Our fees are payable by you, however, the difference we can make to the claim settlement offsets the fee charged. The fee charged represents value for money in the professional service that we deliver and in the speed and amount of the settlement, together with the reduction in stress for you, the policyholder.
At what stage can I appoint a loss assessor?
Ideally, you should contact the loss assessor as soon as possible following the loss occurring. However, the loss assessor can get involved at any stage of the claim cycle.
Why choose CRC Nationwide Loss Assessors Ltd.?
Here are just a few reasons….
- We have over 30 years combined loss assessing experience.
- We offer a friendly, professional and comprehensive service.
- We are a well respected loss assessing company within the insurance industry.
- CRC Nationwide Loss Assessors Ltd. is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland.
- We provide a nationwide service.