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News items in 2017
9 Nov 2017
CEGA supports Insurer clients by driving CII qualification for staff
CEGA, the travel claims, risk management and global assistance provider, is supporting its insurer clients by encouraging employees from all areas of the business to gain the CII Certificate in Insurance. The move demonstrates the provider’s ongoing commitment to develop employees’ industry skills and - as a result - optimise customer service.
18 Sep 2017
CTA are currently tracking Hurricane Maria as it heads towards the Leeward islands, following a similar path to that of Hurricane IRMA which hit a few weeks ago.
18 Sep 2017
Charles Taylor welcomes new apprentice - Yasin Manik
Charles Taylor runs apprenticeship schemes across our UK offices within underwriting, claims, technology, finance and administration. In addition to formal education, we offer on-the-job training helping you to develop key knowledge and skills to build your future career.
6 Sep 2017
As Hurricane Irma strengthened to a Category 5 hitting Barbuda with packed sustained winds of up to 185 mph, it continues to thrash through other islands along its path in the Caribbean and is expected to slam into US mainland this week.
4 Sep 2017
Charles Taylor acquires Metro Risk Management LLC
Charles Taylor has agreed to acquire Metro Risk Management LLC (MRM), a Southern California third party claims administrator (TPA) from Nautilus International Holding Corporation (Nautilus).
25 Aug 2017
Charles Taylor Adjusting’s team of adjusters are currently on standby in our Houston, Miami, and additional offices across the U.S., experienced in handling property, energy, business interruption, casualty, and marine claims. Our experienced loss adjusters and surveyors are monitoring the situation closely and are ready to respond to clients’ requirements, whether onshore or offshore.
6 Jul 2017
Contract of Carriage
A bill of lading is the first document that everyone looks for whenever there is any cargo claim. That said, insurers are advised not to rely solely on such documents.