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English translation: accident investigation services / claims adjustment

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term or phrase:komisarka awaryjna
English translation:accident investigation services / claims adjustment
Entered by: Jacek Krankowski
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09:27 May 29, 2001
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Bus/Financial
term or phrase: komisarka awaryjna
tj. ustalanie szkod, zabezpieczanie praw regresowych, dochodzenie roszczen, likwidacja szkod; an insurance term
Astro Jaroslaw Rutkowski
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claims adjustment OR average adjustment
Explanation:
The latter has to do with handling specific losses (see below), the former is just the plain process of dealing with a claim starting with its investigation and concluding with its settlement or disposal. This work can be carried out by an insurer's own claims staff or by a loss adjuster (= a highly trained and independent claims expert engaged by insurers to investigate claims and assess the true extent and value of any loss; he is not engaged for smaller, routine type losses).
The "average adjustment" idea, on the other hand, would be corroborated by the dictionary no. 2 referred to below where "komisarz awaryjny" = "average surveyor, average agent" (marine insurance). Dictionary no. 1, however, only contains "average ADJUSTER" who, indeed, handles marine claims, although "average" as such is a term also used in non-marine insurance to describe a device to penalise and deter under-insurance.
So, if your "komisarka awaryjna" has nothing to do with marine insurance or chasing under-insurance, I would opt for the plain "claims adjustment"

Hope this helps,
Jacek Krankowski
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claims adjustment OR average adjustment


Explanation:
The latter has to do with handling specific losses (see below), the former is just the plain process of dealing with a claim starting with its investigation and concluding with its settlement or disposal. This work can be carried out by an insurer's own claims staff or by a loss adjuster (= a highly trained and independent claims expert engaged by insurers to investigate claims and assess the true extent and value of any loss; he is not engaged for smaller, routine type losses).
The "average adjustment" idea, on the other hand, would be corroborated by the dictionary no. 2 referred to below where "komisarz awaryjny" = "average surveyor, average agent" (marine insurance). Dictionary no. 1, however, only contains "average ADJUSTER" who, indeed, handles marine claims, although "average" as such is a term also used in non-marine insurance to describe a device to penalise and deter under-insurance.
So, if your "komisarka awaryjna" has nothing to do with marine insurance or chasing under-insurance, I would opt for the plain "claims adjustment"

Hope this helps,
Jacek Krankowski


    1) C. Bennett, Dictionary of Insurance
    2) P. Ratajczak, Slownik podatki, cla, ubezpieczenia
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accident investigation services


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