23 Jun edjuster announces staff expansions to support business growth in high severity claims handling
OTTAWA, ONTARIO — edjuster, North America’s leading contents valuation Company, today announced the expansion of staff in key geographical areas to support the increase in the specialized segment of high-severity claims.
With higher numbers of field staff added in key cities such as: Vancouver, Kelowna, Calgary and Winnipeg, as well as in all key areas across Ontario, the Company has established an even stronger position of resources to improve response times, spend less time onsite and to better maintain its high-level of health and safety standards.
As Insurers continue to recognize the value of professional, third-party field services for content’s inventory, the Company’s in-demand claims specialists continue to focus on delivering high-quality customer service, while providing superior levels of value in their claims handling on each and every claim assigned. The expanded team enables the company to ensure consistent delivery on its “fast, fair, dispute-free” brand promise.
As business volumes continue to increase, the addition of these key team members ensures that National clients will continue to receive the quality services they have come to expect over the years, from the professional services organization. edjuster’s specialized high severity claims team has unique training and maintains a strict adherence to following its best practice standardized methods, which consistently sets edjuster apart from its competition.
“I am pleased to support our continued growth at edjuster,” said Andy Williams, edjuster’s President & CEO. “The talent and quality of our people involved in the processing of all types and sizes of claims is the most important contributing factor to our success in this challenging and sensitive area of claims handling. We’re always excited to strengthen and improve our team and on behalf of our many clients we look forward to delivering exceptional experiences to our adjusters and their policyholders in this important area of property claims.”