Loss adjuster: What does it mean?

Someone who investigates claims on behalf of an insurance provider to make sure it’s a legitimate claim, and to ensure that the insurance provider isn’t paying out more than they should.

Loss adjuster: The long answer

A loss adjuster is a term used in the car insurance industry in the UK. It refers to a professional who assesses the extent of damage or loss to a vehicle after an accident or incident. Their role is to investigate the claim, gather relevant information, and determine the appropriate amount of compensation that the insurance company should pay to the policyholder.

Loss adjusters are typically appointed by insurance companies to ensure a fair and accurate evaluation of the damage, taking into account factors such as repair costs, market value, and policy terms. Their expertise helps to streamline the claims process and ensure that drivers in the UK receive the appropriate compensation for their car-related losses.