After you have recovered from the initial shock and have notified your insurance intermediary or insurer, they will involve a loss adjuster, who will assess the extent of the damage.
The assessments made by the loss adjuster are not always easy to check and that is all you really want at this point. In short, the situation you face as an affected party immediately after a calamity, is a complex one that raises a lot of questions.
What should you expect?
Troostwijk Loss Assessments can dispose of an extensive team of (registered) experts who are specialized in areas such as buildings, machinery and equipment, goods and loss of profit. These experts deal with arrangements concerning mostly complex (fire) damage on a daily basis.
They provide damage management and create a plan of action. Furthermore, you can expect them to follow all developments of the total claim process and will ultimately create the definitive damage claim.
As soon as possible!
To make the best possible use of the added value a loss assessor brings, it is essential to appoint a loss assessor during or immediately after an incident.
In the first stages, decisions can be made on the most appropriate measures to limit the damage, as well as decisions on which emergency measures (such as temporary accommodation) must be put into place straight away.
A loss assessor from Troostwijk Loss Assessments will always strive for open dialogue with all parties involved, to make sure any problems surrounding the damage suffered are solved in the best way possible.