Loss assessor explained
What is a Loss Assessor? The general public appoints a Loss Assessor. It is their job to help clients to submit insurance claims.
They work on behalf of policyholders when submitting a claim in relation to their business or property. For example, if your home or business was damaged by fire, flood or a storm, it is their job to negotiate with the insurer and get the best settlement deal under the insurance policy.
Loss Assessor’s in Ireland must be qualified and registered with the Central Bank of Ireland. They do not charge an upfront fee, instead, they get paid a percentage of the settlement when the claim gets paid out.