McLarens Young International

By: Mclarens Young  11-11-2011
Keywords: Insurance, Motor Claims Management

As Loss Adjusters McLarens Young International,

independently facilitate the settlement of insurance claims.

Generally acting on the instructions of an insurance company,

McLarens Young International

branches will take instructions from an insurer to make an inspection of damage, investigate and report the cause and make recommendations regarding how best to reinstate the damage or settle the claim. In most typical cases the settlement of the claim is ultimately determined by the contract of insurance (the insurance policy) between the insurer and insured parties.

We also manage reinstatement projects for self-insured organisations.

Once an insurance claim has been accepted by an insurer,

McLarens Young International

will generally receive instructions to manage the settlement, acting as Insurance Claim Project Managers.

This may involve managing the repair project or negotiating the

appropriate payments.

Insurance can exist to protect a range of insurable interests and claims can be made for losses ranging from property damage, through consequential losses such as business profit, to an insured party's legal liability.

McLarens Young International

have specialists able to respond to any type of loss. Acting independantly, we will ensure that the most economic settlement is achieved.


MOTOR CLAIMS MANAGEMENT

The Motor Claims Management division of

McLarens Young Southern Africa

is based in Johannesburg and has been in operation for the past 9 years. This division is able to provide a service to clients country wide, for both commercial and domestic lines.

The service includes a full motor claims function encompassing own damage claims, windscreen claims and third party approach claims. Audits are regularly undertaken by our largest client, Motor Acceptances (Compass) and we receive awards for excellent performance annually.

Extending from the motor claims service, but also offered as a stand alone service, this division further manages a third party recovery function, with a substantial success rate. Clients in this area include a number of small to medium concerns.

This division currently comprises two experienced and competent claims handlers.


LOSS ADJUSTING

The loss adjusting division of

McLarens Young Southern Africa

comprises six offices based in Johannesburg (main office), Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, East London, Bloemfontein and Nelspruit.

Each office is run independently, yet is part of a network whereby clients may, if they prefer, appoint their local

McLarens Young

office on matters anywhere in Southern Africa. The local office will appoint the branch closest to the area where the loss occurred and remains responsible for the claim.

All

McLarens Young

adjusters are members of their local branch of the Institute of Loss Adjusters of Southern Africa. The adjusters are experienced and are well able to cover various classes of loss, in both commercial and personal lines.

MARINE CARGO SURVEYING

The marine division comprises two marine cargo surveyors, based in the Johannesburg office.

Both surveyors are experienced in all forms of marine surveying, including pre and post shipment inspections, as well as investigation of all types of losses in the field.

Although based in Johannesburg, the surveyors are able to assist clients with matters throughout Southern Africa.


CLAIMS MANAGEMENT – CLAIMS AUDITING & BINDER RUN-OFFMcLarens Young Southern Africa

, in additional to loss adjusting, marine cargo surveying and motor claims management, also offers clients a further service in the form of claims management. This service includes a claims auditing, as well as a binder run-off facility.

Both these facilities are offered from the Johannesburg office and encompass all areas, motor and non-motor related.

McLarens Young

uses the expertise of experienced loss adjusters, marine cargo surveyors and motor claims handlers within the company in these matters.

Claims auditing has in the past included motor claims audits throughout Southern Africa, extending to Dubai and a binder run-off in respect of a large Lloyds based binder.

Keywords: Insurance, Motor Claims Management