How to make a successful insurance claim
Do you want to make sure you receive everything you are entitled to from your insurance claim?
We know from experience that the insurance claims process can be extremely frustrating.
As a team of expert loss assessors, PCLA will do everything in our power to make sure you receive everything you are entitled to. Not only do we speak to the insurance company on your behalf, we also manage the claims process for you. PCLA will do everything in our power to negotiate the full settlement that you deserve.
Our expert loss assessors are available today to offer advice and support for your insurance claim. Ask PCLA to take the stress out of your insurance claim today.
Let PCLA help you get the settlement you deserve.
Do you need to make a household insurance claim?
PCLA can help you:
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Commercial Insurance Claim?
Along with Household Claims we also specialise in Commercial Insurance Claims a.k.a Business claims. Loss of Business can be detrimental to lots of people along with their families so we, as a team, know that Speed of Service is of utmost importance in these instances. Our qualified team are more than equipped to deal with even the most complex of claims in record timing – Read more about our team on the About Us page.
Types of Claims
We offer help and advice with all instances of Commercial and Domestic Property Damage. Learn more about the different types of insurance claims that PCLA can help you with by clicking the links below.
PCLA are a leading Loss Assessor firm operating throughout Northern Ireland. As an independent company with over 20 years experience, we know how to make sure our clients get their full entitlement.
You may think your home is insured, but if your home is not insured or is underinsured, you could face a bill for property damage worth thousands of pounds.
The easiest way to explain the difference is to understand their respective roles. A loss adjuster works for the insurance company.
A loss assessor works for you (the policy holder).