Why use a Loss Assessor?

Making an insurance claim can be a very personal thing. It can also be very time-consuming and stressful. Luckily there is a simple solution to still receive the maximum amount possible without the stress - appoint a Loss Assessor.


Benefits of a Loss Assessor


Hiring a Loss Assessor can help alleviate the stress you may experience from a complicated claim process. Throughout your claim, we are the only people you need to have contact with as you have no need to contact your insurance company. We are also available at all times to answer any questions you may have, unlike insurance companies. Our team creates a stress-free environment, all the while you know that your best interests are being looked after.


What a Loss Assessor Does


From the moment you hire Claims Consultant Direct to manage your claim, all responsibilities regarding the claim are looked after by us. From investigating to completing paperwork, we will cover everything.


Some of the things a Loss Assessor will look after include;

  • Investigate and examine the damages and losses and compile evidence and documentation for your claim

  • Talk to and negotiate with the loss adjuster on your behalf in order to obtain a fair settlement amount for your claim

  • If required, arrange the supply of all your possessions that were lost or damaged

  • If required, appoint any contractors or re-building expert


Types of claims a Loss Assessor can help with


Whether it be domestic or commercial property claims, we can help you with the following;

  • Fire Damage

  • Flood Damage

  • Storm Damage

  • Water Damage

  • Oil Remediation

  • Subsidence Claims

We have helped clients throughout Northern Ireland receive far more from their insurance claims than they ever expected.


We work for you, the insured and we are a Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) regulated firm.


If you are a homeowner or landlord and have unfortunately suffered from any of the above, then contact us now - it's very likely we will be able to help you.

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