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Heather Robinson

Heather Robinson

Director – Marine Adjusting (Middle East), Charles Taylor Adjusting

Telephone +971 4 358 3963
Mobile+971 (0)55 221 6040

P.O. Box 49476, Dubai, UAE

Office 106
Centro Building opposite Burjuman Centre
D88 Sheikh Khalifa
Bin Zayed Street
Bur Dubai


Hull and machinery claims, average adjusting, general average and security collections, cargo claims, loss of hire claims, yacht claims, shipyard claims (including builder’s risks) and ship repairer’s liability claims; salvage, collision and other liability claims and recoveries; sue and labour, carriage of goods, total losses

About This Individual
  • Heather joined Richards Hogg Lindley, the average adjusting division within the Charles Taylor Adjusting (CTA) marine team in London, in November 2010. She is involved predominantly in adjusting complex hull and machinery damage claims and salvage and general average claims involving a number of different property interests. She is also actively involved with yacht claims management and adjusting.
  • Heather was seconded to our Hong Kong office in 2013 during which time she worked principally on hull and machinery claims and general average losses. She also worked in our Jakarta office, assisting with training, before returning to London in 2014.
  • She qualified as a Fellow of the UK Association of Average Adjusters in April 2017. She joined the Dubai branch of CTA, as a Director for marine, in February 2018.

Professional qualifications

  • Fellow of the UK Association of Average Adjusters
  • LLB (Hons)

Notable Assignments

  • Average adjusting hull and machinery claims on a number of different policy conditions (Institute Time Clauses, Nordic Plan, American Hull clauses etc).
  • Large, complex general average and salvage claims involving a number of different contributing property interests (cargo, shipowner, time charterers etc).
  • Large security collections.
  • Collision liability and recovery claims.
  • Cargo claims.
  • Loss of earnings and business interruption.
  • Yacht claims. Most recently she has worked on a number of yacht claims arising from damage sustained during Hurricane Irma in the Caribbean in September 2017.