3. Condominium Checklist for Claims Adjusters3. Condominium Checklist for Claims Adjustershttp://chad.ca/en/members/professional-practice/toolbox/claims-adjustment/461/3-condominium-checklist-for-claims-adjusters

​​​Before accepting a mandate, it is important for claims adjusters to take into account the limits of their abilities and knowledge and the means available to them to deal with the file (section 26 of the Code of Ethics of Claims Adjusters​) in order to provide the insured with the service he or she has the right to expect from a professional.

This applies, in particular, to claims involving co-ownerships (often referred to as “condominiums”). In fact, due to the many parties involved (claimants, insurers, claims adjusters, directors of the syndicate, and suppliers) and the specificities of the legislation and insurance contracts, managing a condominium claim may require a different approach.

What follows is a non-exhaustive list of crucial, condominium-related questions you need to ask yourself in order to successfully deal with condominium claims.

For more information, see the following document:


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