Claims Management Service
PCLA offer help and advice with all instances of Commercial and Domestic Property Damage. Learn about the different types of insurance claims that PCLA can help you with by clicking the links below.
One of the most devastating events that can happen to a family is when their home has been damaged by fire. Getting your life back to normal can be complicated and time consuming. Find out how PCLA can help.
With the increasing amount of storms and the damage they cause, it is more important than ever to have a qualified professional, such as Property Claims Loss Assessors, acting on your behalf to represent you through the claim process.
If you have suffered any damage to your home or contents then your best course of action is to call us and speak to us over the phone, where we can tell you if your accidental damage incident is likely to be covered.
Did you know that the average domestic flood claim is around £31,000? It is imperative that you have a qualified professional such as Property Claims Loss Assessors (PCLA) acting on your behalf should your property be affected by flooding and you need to make a claim.
Impact damage is exactly as it sounds, when something impacts your property and causes damage. The two main causes are from vehicles colliding with your property or heavy machinery, for example diggers, hitting your boundary wall.
Oil Spill damage is probably the most underestimated and most devastating type of damage to your health and property. If you think you may have an oil leak at your property, call Property Claims Loss Assessors (PCLA) today and arrange for one of our Assessors to visit your property to undertake a no obligation free survey.
If you think your building is suffering from structural damage, call PCLA today and arrange for one of our Building Surveyors to visit your property to undertake a no obligation free survey. PCLA will assess your situation for free and help take the stress out of your insurance claim.
Unfortunately, these types of claims are on the rise. Your insurance company may only be willing to pay for some of the stolen items. They might ask you questions, which if not answered correctly, might result in them withholding the full settlement. Contact us to get professional advice on your claim before contacting your insurance company.
Do you need to make a household insurance claim?
PCLA can help you: