What is a loss adjuster?
A loss adjuster is typically appointed by a home insurance provider when there has been a large claim made. They will most likely visit the property and will be responsible for arranging repairs and replacement items where necessary.
Don’t be concerned if a loss adjuster is appointed, this is more than likely just standard procedure as the insurance provider may expect the claim to be large.
Unfortunately due to the nature of large loss claims, such as burglary or fire, they can often be distressing The loss adjuster will probably ask questions about the circumstances of the claim, as part of their job is to assess a claim against a policy, therefore it’s very important they fully understand the circumstances so they can get the home and the policyholder back to normal.
So if a loss adjuster is appointed to a claim, don’t panic, they are there to help you. Take the opportunity to explain the circumstances and ask them any questions you have.