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Newly qualified Fellows of the Association of Average Adjusters at RHL

Newly qualified Fellows of the Association of Average Adjusters at RHL

15 May 2017

Richards Hogg Lindley (part of Charles Taylor Adjusting), the leading global firm of average adjusters and marine claims consultants is pleased to announce three members of their team have recently achieved the industry’s highest accolade, by qualifying as Fellows of the Association of Average Adjusters, a title recognised internationally as a gold standard of excellence.

Heather Robinson, Andrew Slade and Robert Tomlinson passed the sixth and final module of the highly demanding Association examinations and now become Associate Directors.

Each received their certificate in London at the Association’s annual general meeting on 11 May, presented by the present Chairman, Keith Martin and attended the annual dinner held at the Savoy Hotel.

The initial purpose of the Association of Average Adjusters when founded in 1869 was to arbitrate on disputed adjustments. Today it exists, first and foremost, to promote and uphold professional standards so that those who use the services of an average adjuster consistently receive exceptional levels of expertise and integrity.

The Association plays a unique and highly skilled role in the international marine and insurance industries. They also play an important part in London insurance market committees including strong relationships with international associations and insurance markets.

Average adjusters are experts in the law and practice of marine insurance, who may be appointed by any party in a marine claim or dispute. Irrespective of the identity of the instructing party, the average adjuster is bound to act in an impartial and independent manner.

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