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Voice of the Industry

Morgan Clark is the UK’s leading firm of loss assessors. We are regularly asked for expert opinion on major incidents in the UK by newspapers and broadcast media including:




”Drew and Elizabeth Thomson suffered every homeowner’s worst nightmare two years ago when a fire swept through their house, causing £500,000 worth of damage, and their insurer’s first response was to deny liability.”

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”John and Susan Bolden were settling down with friends to watch Scotland play England at rugby on television when a neighbour banged on the door and shouted that smoke was coming from the thatched roof of their cottage.” 

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“The terms loss assessor and loss adjuster may look similar on paper, but in reality they are opposite sides of the same coin…”

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”An 84-year-old Ilfracombe woman who lost everything after being forced to flee her burning bungalow has spoken of her ordeal and deep gratitude to all those who have rallied around to help her.”

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”An elderly woman is positive about the future despite losing everything to a fire which gutted her Ilfracombe bungalow. June Booth, 83, escaped as her home on Chambercombe Park Road went up in flames last Wednesday March 19.”

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Morgan Clark interviewed on Big City Radio regarding the 2014 floods.

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Morgan Clark interviewed on Radio Verulam regarding the 2014 floods.

 Radio Verulam

Morgan Clark interviewed on Wave FM regarding the 2014 floods.

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"Morgan Clark negotiated a far better settlement than I expected. They achieved this because they have expertise and experience in dealing with insurers."

Mr Dyer, Nottinghamshire

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