Some of the claims we handle have more of an impact on us than others. This was true of one recently as it involved a very elderly man who lived by himself, three hours’ drive from his son. Increasing numbers of us face this worry in life: trying to care for a parent who lives a long distance away, and if disaster strikes then it is an incredibly difficult situation.
One day this gentleman, who is 93, forgot that he’d left the chip pan on and as a consequence his bungalow was severely damaged by fire. Luckily he wasn’t hurt and also was able to move in with a friend nearby. But it just wasn’t possible for him to handle the claim himself, and his son couldn’t see how he could do everything from a distance. So he turned to Morgan Clark who took over the claim and saw it through to completion.
This is just one example of how a loss assessor can take the burden away. According to the son, “Morgan Clark were a big help and a steadying influence, a source of good advice and made us feel we were not on our own”. You can read the full case study here.
Another recent client, who was also elderly, was more independent and at first thought she could handle the fire claim herself. But then the enormity of it hit: ““The next day we tried to find someone to sort the kitchen out, but I felt so tired and completely stressed that I just couldn’t do it.” It was then she turned to Morgan Clark: “I wouldn’t have been able to cope without them: they took everything out of my hands. I was in such a state I would have had a nervous breakdown without them.” Her case study is here.
These are two examples of how what we do can be so rewarding.