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Insurance claim - own loss assessors?

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JoansOn3rd Wed 29-Nov-17 20:26:31

We've got an ongoing insurance claim, which should be straightforward but we've been subject to various delays already by the insurance company and their contractors so far.

I am thinking of appointing our own loss assessor to progress the claim. Does anyone have experience of appointing a loss assessor and what difference this made? Thank you.

delilahbucket Mon 04-Dec-17 22:12:29

You cannot appoint your own loss adjuster. They work for the insurer.

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