Definition of loss adjuster in English:

loss adjuster

Line breaks: loss ad|just¦er

noun

British
An insurance agent who assesses the amount of compensation that should be paid after a person has claimed on their insurance policy.
More example sentences
  • It is not in the policyholder's interest that the loss adjuster compiles their claim.
  • Telephone your insurer as soon as possible - they will register the claim and either send a claim form or, if necessary, a loss adjuster to assess the damage.
  • Our insurer is refusing to pay our claim after its loss adjuster visited us and said the damage was due to ‘wear and tear’.

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