SOLUTIONS | PROPERTY | LOSS ADJUSTING + CLAIMS ADMINISTRATION
Our contents solutions division provides comprehensive and accurate assessment, adjusting, scope and valuation services.
What we do
When contents losses occur, having an experienced claims team to ensure accuracy and control costs is essential. Sedgwick’s contents experts can assist with all types of losses – from small residential claims to the most complicated and expansive commercial losses. From first notice of loss, through pack-out management, scope capture and final settlement, all contents losses are reported with the coverages, limitations and exclusions applied.
Our efficient process enables us to deliver a detailed and accurate inventory, while controlling indemnity payments and claim expenses.
We provide adjuster-based contents solutions and support for all types of commercial and residential claims. Our services include:
- Complex claims adjusting
- Pack-out management
- Field capture
- Application of coverage
- Pricing and depreciation with claim settlement
- Pack-out management only
- National desk audits
- Claims investigations and fraud mitigation
- Expert testimony
Our contents experts have experience assisting with claims of all sizes. The benefits of our services include:
- Accurate and in-depth reports
- Fully documented losses with digital photos and video
- Extensive experience managing multiple vendor pack-outs
- Reduced adjustment time, increasing adjuster availability
- Reduced claim payments involving additional living expenses (ALE) or business interruption
- Centralized evaluations and auditing
- Detailed, accurate scopes, leading to reduced claim payments
- Significant replacement cost savings
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