Property Insurance Claims Management

Balcombes Claims Management can assist you with property damage claims

Balcombes Claims Management act exclusively for home and business owners who have suffered damage to their property and who need to make a property insurance claim. Our role is to compile, submit and negotiate the best settlement possible within the terms of the policy cover in place. Our expertise spans many decades and we are experienced and knowledgeable in the small print of insurance policy wordings. Our people have practical experience of buildings, contents and negotiating all aspects of property damage claims and business interruption claims. We have compassion and understanding which enables us to handle all aspects of the process in a sympathetic and supportive manner.

Damage assessment to assist your property insurance claim

Your Insurance Company will appoint a Loss Adjuster to represent their interests. For a cost effective fee you can have your damage assessed and your property insurance claim fully documented, submitted and negotiated by one of our Loss Assessors.  We ensure you receive equal representation and obtain your maximum entitlement under the terms of your policy. Our Loss Assessors are highly trained and well versed in the field of property insurance claims management and will assist you throughout the entire process of your property damage claim.

Expert advice from Loss Assessors who will help with your property damage claim

Loss Assessors are legally obliged to register with the Central Bank of Ireland to undertake Insurance Mediation under the European Communities (Insurance Mediation) Regulations 2005. To do this we must attain minimum competency criteria in terms of insurance qualifications to be able to adequately advise policyholders on the performance of the insurance contract. All our Loss Assessing staff also undertake continuous professional development in order to remain up-to-date with ever changing property insurance policy contracts. We also comply with all relevant consumer protection codes, as laid out by the Central Bank of Ireland.



Comments are closed.