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Paul Martelli

Paul Martelli

Property & Liability Adjuster, Charles Taylor Adjusting

Telephone +61 8 9321 2022
Mobile+61 455 955 925
Email paul.martelli@ctplc.com
Address

Ground Floor
1 Havelock Street
West Perth
Western Australia
6005
Australia

Expertise

Property (all facets of property damage including theft, fire and storm damage), Liability (third party property damage and personal injury), construction and ContractWorks, Cyber (Incident Management)

About This Individual
  • Paul is a Qualified Loss Adjuster with a focus on all classes of property and liability matters with over 12 years’ experience in the insurance industry across broking, underwriting and loss adjusting.
  • He is tertiary qualified with a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Finance and holds a Diploma of Loss Adjusting from ANZIIF.
  • Commencing his loss adjusting career at Charles Taylor Perth in 2015, Paul has been exposed to a multitude of different classes and types of claims including (but not limited to) property damage (fire, flood, storm), theft, liability, professional indemnity and fidelity/fraud. The associated claim values have been in the tens and hundreds of thousands, with some matters exceeding AUD1m.
  • Paul has successfully investigated, handled and negotiated claims settlement and has forged strong relationships with existing partners and has also nurtured new relationships in the market. In addition to his property and liability portfolio, Paul also performs incident management on cyber claims.

Professional Qualifications

  • BEc
  • AICLA (Aff)
  • ANZIIF (Snr Assoc) CIP

Notable Assignments

  • Successful management and settlement of large fire claims ($750k+) involving heritage registered buildings.
  • Multi-million-dollar liability claim involving construction of significant public works infrastructure (project value $100m+) and alleged resultant damage to third-party property involving 50+ claimants.