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loss adjuster

noun [C]
 
 
( also adjuster, claims adjuster, loss assessor) INSURANCE
a person whose job is to decide how much money an insurance company should pay to a person or company whose property is damaged or lost: In the case of large claims, that is £1,000 or more, the insurer generally appoints a loss adjuster to manage the claim. Don't throw out sodden carpets or other damaged items before your insurer's loss adjuster examines them.
Translations of “loss adjuster”
in Chinese (Traditional) (保險公司的)損失評估師,損失估價員…
in Chinese (Simplified) (保险公司的)损失评估师,损失估价员…
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