When do I need a Loss Assessor?

OMC History, OMC Claims

I’ve been with OMC Claims for just over a year now, and one thing that’s really grabbed my attention is how vital loss assessors are when regular people up and down the country face unexpected disasters. The big question I faced in 2023 is: “When do I need a Loss Assessor?” Home Insurance: Breaking It […]

Underreported Causes of Fire – BBQ Safety

Ensure Safety and Protect Your Property with OMC Claims, Ireland’s Premier Loss Assessors With the sun gracing us with its presence, more and more people in towns and cities across Ireland are venturing outdoors. The tantalising aroma of burgers in Borrisokane and sausages in Salthill wafting over fences has transformed ordinary individuals into aspiring Jamie […]

The Aftermath of Fire – Putting the Pieces Back Together

Experiencing a fire in your house can be a traumatic and overwhelming situation. Although we have assessed literally thousands of fire insurance claims, we always treat each and every new case on its own merits. No two claims are the same and the effects on policyholders, be they businesses or families, can be profound. We […]

The Chance of a Lunchtime.

This week our Business Development Manager, Rob O’Brien spoke with Ross Barron and asked, why do you use OMC Claims? Chasing down a very busy broker… On my first day at OMC Claims John O’Donoghue, Declan Feely and Stephen Nolan took me for lunch close to the OMC Claims Dublin office in Malahide. It being […]

Underinsurance and Domestic Insurance Policies

John O'Donoghue - Managing Director, OMC Claims

A Hot Topic – The Risk of Underinsurance The issue of underinsurance and the effect this can have on claims is a hot topic, and it hasreceived ample attention in the national media. The Central Bank’s recent thematic review ofdomestic policies identified several risks, and the actions now required of Insurers, in order that they […]

RESILIENCE TO RECOVERY

Stephen Nolan, Specialist - Major & Complex Loss, OMC Claims

A rapid increase in economic activity will very often precipitate the occurrence of
accidental fires and similar catastrophic losses, which has been the case during the last 18 months