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Adjusteck Enhances Claims Handling in South America with Viollier & Asociados Partnership

Adjusteck LLC announces a new affiliate network partnership with Viollier & Asociados. Based in Chile, Viollier will enhance Adjusteck’s capabilities in South America.

September 2, 2020 (London) – Adjusteck LLC, a loss adjusting and claims management business dedicated to helping insurers manage loss worldwide, announces its newest affiliate partnership with Santiago, Chile-based Viollier & Asociados (V&A). The partnership helps to further expand Adjusteck’s capabilities in South America and enables immediate response and specific expertise in handling of technical and complex claims, as well as claims resulting from catastrophic events in the region.

V&A brings more than 60 years of claims adjustment, assessment, and services to the insurance industry. The highly qualified V&A team is capable of handling large and technical claims and has proven experience in mining, engineering, marine cargo, casualty, and retail claims.

“We are excited to welcome Viollier loss adjusters in Chile to the affiliated network partnership of Adjusteck. We look forward to providing an enhanced claims handling service in South America,” remarks David Bosley, managing director of Adjusteck.

Adjusteck is a technology-oriented loss adjusting and claims management firm, serving the global insurance and reinsurance markets with services backed by industry experts.

Alongside deep subject-matter expertise, Adjusteck applies cutting-edge technology solutions, including geospatial and aerial surveys, virtual claims handling, and advanced claims management software to resolve claims with greater efficiency.

The company’s services include remote and field-based claims review and oversight in Casualty, Construction, Energy, Engineering, Cyber, Financial, Natural Resources, Property, and Specie.

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