What Does a Loss Adjuster do?

Managing insurance losses every day presents a new learning experience from dealing with policyholders to principals and the various natures of each assignment.

According to the Oxford English Dictionary, a loss adjuster is “an insurance agent who assesses the amount of compensation that should be paid after a person has claimed on their insurance policy.” 

An independent loss adjuster, therefore, engages in field surveys, loss quantification, cause identification, contracts review and technical reporting to our principals. The job presents a wide array of knowledge metrics such as engineering, finance, shipping, trading and much more. As risk bearers are integrating more than ever before, Arab Loss Adjusters provides a clearer picture of claims, allowing clients to decisively deal with losses from anywhere in the world. You can find more literature about the field of loss adjusting on our “News and Insights" page.