Each type of natural disaster holds its own unique challenges and only one thing is certain – no one is immune when a devastating disaster strikes.
From winter storms resulting in widespread power outages to hail and hurricane damage, the road to recovery can be long if you don’t have the right adjuster on your side.
GCCS Claims Management’s Tad Carter has more than 35 years of experience handling this type of event and can ensure your claim is managed in a prompt and accurate way.Read More
To all our friends and colleagues celebrating May Day today, we hope you are staying healthy and enjoying the bank holiday!
In recent years, this day has become an important one to campaign for and celebrate workers’ rights and also recognizes the approaching summer season. The GCCS Claims Management team wishes everyone a bright start to the new season ahead!
We are excited to welcome Yousef Abu-Adas to the GCCS Claims Management team.
Yousef joined us in February and has already proven to be a valuable addition to the accounting department. He has enhanced our accounting processes through his professional, dependable, and hard working approach.
Please join us in welcoming Yousef!Read More
We would like to give a special shoutout to Ashley Olsen, Emeli Mondragon, Kathy Kuras, Norma Michalek, and Yolanda Knox on Administrative Professionals Day.
The entire GCCS Claims Management team appreciates all you do each and every day throughout the year. Thank you for your many contributions to the team!Read More
We’ve really enjoyed the #TuesdaysWithLoyds series, which is helping the GCCS Claims Management team feel more connected to our clients and colleagues in London during these times of remote working.
A new video is posted to the YouTube channel each Tuesday with key insights, expertise, and updates from the Underwriters and brokers that are at the leading edge of the Lloyd’s marketplace. Click here to learn more.
Along with the National Association of Independent Insurance Adjusters (NAIIA), we are looking forward to hope and progress in the year ahead.
In case you missed it, be sure to check out the NAIIA Q1 Newsletter for the latest industry updates, new member highlights, a letter from current President Joel Moore, and an update on the Annual Meeting in Hilton Head in September, which the GCCS Claims Management team will be attending. If you make plans to attend, we will see you there!Read More
We are proud to announce the promotion of Ida Braun to Claims Support Manager. Ida has been with GCCS since 1993 and has risen through the ranks of Administrative Assistant, Occupational Accident Adjuster, and Clerical Supervisor.
Ida will lead a team of claims support staff who assist the Property and Liability Claims Teams with compliance, claim and expense payments, letters and notice distribution, and subrogation.
For 27 years, she has been an asset to the GCCS team. Congratulations, Ida!
What can you expect this season when it comes to damaging hailstorms and more importantly, are you prepared? The GCCS Claims Management team has been handling hail claims since our founding in 1963. From Texas through the Midwest, we are prepared for hail season. Contact us for more information.Read More
We’re often asked what sets GCCS Claims Management apart. Our answer is pure and simple. It is our people. Our long-tenured team has established solid relationships with our clients across the industry. We understand how to manage capacity while providing the highest level of service to our nationwide clients. If we say we can handle the volume, we can and we will. Contact us with your TPA needs.Read More
Many recognize the famous Lloyd’s of London building, but do you know the history behind it and how the marketplace got started? In 1688, Edward Lloyd’s Coffee House near the Thames was a popular spot for ship owners and captains to gather after returning from sea. The coffeeshop became known as the place to get marine insurance when Mr. Lloyd began renting out tables to entrepreneurs who would sell insurance to ship owners in the event of their ship not returning. Eventually, businessmen joined forces to share the risk in the event of a ship’s loss, writing their names under the amount of risk they were willing to accept, giving rise to the term “Underwriter.” Click here to learn more about the fascinating history of how Lloyd’s got its start as well as the unique architectural elements of the building where business takes place today.Read More