Marine Insurance Claims Assessment

E-Marine Survey - Insurance Claims Survey
Our role with the claimant and underwriter

While we are appointed and our fee is paid by the underwriter, we maintain an independent and impartial role with both parties

  • act on the underwriters instruction
  • without prejudice to the underwriters liability
  • for the circumstance, cause and extent of loss
  • appraise repair quotations on instruction
  • loss adjustment service on instruction
  • reports without prejudice to either party
  • report any third party liability or salvage
  • aim for a fair settlement based on the facts

Asian, Australian, European and North American underwriters have engaged our services since 2004.

Scope of our assessment reports
  • engagement and instruction,
  • parties attending the survey,
  • identify the claimed damage,
  • quantify the cause of loss.
  • and documents reviewed.
  • vessel particulars,
  • background history,
  • survey findings,
  • repairs, quotations, and
  • summary evaluation.
Some examples of claim related loss
  • storm, grounding, sinking
  • decay and corrosion
  • batteries and wiring
  • rudders and steering
  • structural design issue.
  • fire, explosion, collision
  • valves, hose, bilge pumps
  • 240 VAC for electrocution
  • grid liners and keelbolts
  • land or sea transport
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