Insurance Assessors Flat Out

Thursday 11 March 2004

t is not just flooded North Islanders who are suffering the effects of the February storms.

By The Landlord

The huge amount of work for insurance loss adjusters is causing delays for people making claims outside the flood-affected regions.

Mark Godfrey from the Australasian Institute of Chartered Loss Adjusters says many of its members have been working long hours inspecting flooded properties.

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