Press Release – 15 March 2018

March 15, 2018 — by David Cambridge
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Technical Assessing adds to the NSW Liability Team

Technical Assessing Pty Ltd, one of Australia’s oldest and most respected loss adjusting firms; is pleased to announce that Declan Robinson will join Technical Assessing, based in the NSW Office, on 6th April 2018 as Liability Loss Adjuster.

Declan, who trained as a Civil Engineer and Lawyer and holds his Diploma of Financial Services (Loss Adjusting) will report to Brendan Sears, NSW State Manager, who stated: “while Declan will be part of the Liability team, his credentials as a Civil Engineer ensures he will add value to the firm’s construction and property teams as well. Our team continues to grow and we welcome the opportunity to introduce Declan to our clients whom I’m sure will find his unique skill set a great asset.”

Declan commenced his Loss Adjusting career specialising in construction and engineering claims covering: Contract Works and Commercial Claims where he managed claims up to $200,000 and worked as part of a team for claims up to $30,000,000. His experience in Liability matters and law qualifications will bolster the NSW Liability team.

Notes to Editor:

Established in 1986, Technical Assessing was one of the first, and is now arguably the largest national loss adjuster in Australia providing a totally dedicated specialist technical loss adjusting and consulting service to clients.

With our head office in Sydney and offices in Melbourne, Brisbane, Launceston, Hobart, Perth and international affiliates, we are ideally suited to respond to our clients’ needs anywhere in Australia and internationally.

Contact: David Cambridge
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +61 2 8874 2806

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