We work for Insurers and Reinsurers all over the world, who trust our expertise and appreciate our clear and concise reporting on each case, no matter how complex and large. This specialist practice is led by Andrew Jackson and Andrew Jacob, both of whom have over 30 years of experience in the class.
The team comprises additional specialist adjusters, forensic accountants, lawyers and barristers based in the UK and in a number of our other offices in Europe, the Americas, Middle East and Australasia.
As Charles Taylor Adjusting is a multi-class firm, we also have access to a vast array of additional skill-sets we can call upon to assist depending on the nature of the case, the language involved and the business of the affected Insured.
We handle claims from the very small (managing ATM accounts for example) to those involving 100’s of millions of USD/GBP. We are also often appointed to work alongside coverage counsel instructed by our clients on the most complex cases and have an excellent track record of working collaboratively on such assignments to avoid duplication of work and ensure cost-effective thorough investigation and consideration of all relevant aspects.
We appreciate claims are often highly sensitive for the Insureds and can impact their reputation and even survival. Whilst undertaking a thorough investigation and analysis of each claim, our non-confrontational approach with all stakeholders seeks to encourage open dialogue and rapid provision of information so that all parties can assess the impact on policy response as quickly as possible.
As a global adjusting firm with over 100 office in 30 countries, we use a combination of our specialist expertise and local presence where appropriate to provide a cost-effective resolution of claims, regardless of size, complexity and location.
Charles Taylor Adjusting’s Specialty Lines practice encompasses our Financial Institutions and Commercial Crime, Professional Indemnity, Directors & Officers, Cyber, Credit & Political Risks and Specie & Fine Art specialisms.