Stelliant Loss Adjusting: aviation expert
The aviation industry is facing ever more demanding regulatory requirements. Airlines, like aircraft manufacturers, put forth significant effort to constantly improve safety. As a result, there has been a marked drop in incidents and an increase in the number of aeroplanes and passengers for the last 15 years. In spite…
The aviation industry is facing ever more demanding regulatory requirements. Airlines, like aircraft manufacturers, put forth significant effort to constantly improve safety. As a result, there has been a marked drop in incidents and an increase in the number of aeroplanes and passengers for the last 15 years. In spite of everything, civil society still has extremely high expectations in the event of an aviation disaster. Determining the exact causes and the businesses responsible for the claim are therefore major priorities, as is identifying any violation of applicable safety standards. To meet these ever-stricter requirements, the aviation specialists at Stelliant Loss Adjusting support the insurer and the policyholder through a claim, with a team of specialists in all aspects of the aviation industry: manufacturing, passenger transportation, infrastructure, services, etc.
Many parties may be involved in an aviation claim, from manufacturers to airlines to a wide variety of subcontractors. Corporate aircraft or small aircraft, engines, helicopters, ultralight aircraft, drones, etc… many different kinds of equipment may cause or be affected by an incident.
The result is myriad risks that can affect businesses of all types and sizes. Examples:
- Damage caused by a fire at an aircraft manufacturer or subcontractor. This could be a building, goods or a specific material.
- Risks related to assembling the aircraft or its controls.
- Machine breakdowns caused by the work of a mechanic or handling.
- A dispute with a supplier, whether related to maintenance, repair or parts replacement.
In all such cases, it is critical to have the support of skilled, recognised loss adjusters. And for good reason, since this type of claim can involve the liability of many different companies working in as many different fields:
- Maintenance company
- Airport or aerodrome operator
High-level aviation loss adjusting
Stelliant Loss Adjusting works for insurers, brokerage firms and any company that may be involved in an aviation claim.
Their unique experience, along with a comprehensive understanding of financial analysis, enables Stelliant’s loss adjusters to approach all types of claims from a technical perspective, but also from a perspective of the injuries suffered. From investigating the cause to controlling costs to analysing liability, they respond to whatever is needed.
Bringing together a vast constellation of skills, the Stelliant group can also count on specialised audit and consulting units, having already supported many aviation companies in securing NADCAP® accreditation.
Stelliant Loss Adjusting: working with precision and integrity
With their thorough understanding of aviation equipment and their mastery of aviation safety issues, Stelliant Loss Adjusting’s aviation specialists respond to all types of claims, both with insurers and with the various businesses involved.
Whatever the situation, Stelliant’s aviation loss adjusters bring accuracy and a teaching touch to provide an experience that is fair for all those involved.