Starting out as a loss assessor? Here’s how Your Claim can help
Starting out as a loss assessor? Here’s how Your Claim can helpIn 2019, the regulator for our industry switched from the Claims Management Regulator to the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). So, by law, every loss assessor in the UK must now be authorised to work by...
Has your insurance claim been rejected? Here’s what to do next
It’s the news none of us hope for: our property has been damaged through no fault of our own, but our insurance provider has decided that our claim doesn’t meet their eligibility criteria, and we won’t be receiving what we believe we are owed.
Repairing a self-build after Storm Eunice
Our client was putting the finishing touches to an extensive signature and contemporary self-build project in St Albans, the culmination of a lifetime’s ambition and hard work.
Fighting our client’s case for a larger fire damage claim
We were delighted to receive this testimonial from our client, but jointly from Dave Cribbs from Babble Utilities & Telecommunications, who is a family member.
This claim, albeit enduring, was particularly pleasing to settle.
What is the difference between a loss assessor and a loss adjuster?
When making a claim, you may encounter a loss assessor or a loss adjuster.
While their job titles may sound similar, they actually play very different roles.
What happens if Pancake Day turns into pan fire day?
What happens if Pancake Day turns into pan fire day?It doesn’t take much to burn a pancake. Even the most careful of cooks can be caught out on Shrove Tuesday – or any day of the year, in fact – by leaving their pancake mix in the pan just a little too long and...
The importance of finding an authorised loss assessor
If your property has sustained damage of any kind, it’s important to bring a loss assessor into the situation as soon as you can, time allowing even before you make the call to your insurer.
Exploring the unoccupancy clause
Exploring the unoccupancy clause It’s rare for property in the South-East to be left unoccupied for any prolonged period due to demand, high prices, and potential loss of rent. However, there are plenty of reasons why a home might be empty. Perhaps the previous...
Frozen pipes to widescale flooding: The perils of extreme winter weather
Frozen pipes to widescale flooding: The perils of extreme winter weatherIt’s been a busy period for Your Claim, not least because the elements have been causing all sorts of problems for our policyholders this December. The extremely cold weather in the last few weeks...
6 steps to dealing with extreme weather damage
6 steps to dealing with extreme weather damageThe elements are almost always out of our control – and often there’s nothing you can do to prevent destruction at your property as a result of extreme adverse weather conditions. You may not be able to prevent the...