My name is Trevor Marshall, and my career as an insurance practitioner span over forty years. I entered the Insurance industry in 1976 as a junior underwriter, and shortly thereafter, I was promoted to being a senior underwriter. Seven years later, I was introduced into the area of handling property claims, and later on, I became involved in the handling of automobile claims.
As part of a lateral move with the local branch of an international Company, I was introduced to the area of loss control and engineering. Personnel attached to the regional offices in Puerto Rico and Miami provided both administrative and technical training during which time I spent ten years conducting risk assessment surveys of both commercial and residential properties.
During the period, I engaged in study courses where I was able to attain examination certificated from the Chartered Insurance Institute and Chartered Institute of Loss Adjusters in the handling and adjusting of claims. I also obtained an examination certificate in Occupational Safety & Health Administration from a local institute, whilst I attended a Risk Assessment seminar hosted by Munich Re in Miami, Florida in 2013. Attendance at other courses include.
Later onwards, prior to joining Mc Larens, I was employed with one of the leading local insurers simultaneously being involved in risk assessment and claims investigation/adjusting of both automobile and non-automobile claims. At the time of the occurrence of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria, I was also involved in the review of incoming loss adjusters’ reports to assist the agencies in the smaller islands to fast-track the settlement of their clients’ claims.
Currently, at Mc Larens, I’m involved in the handling of both commercial and residential claims.
- Residential Dwelling Fire Claim (TTD 150 K)
- Commercial Premises Fire Claim (TTD 225 K)
- Residential Dwelling Earthquake Claim (TTD 75 K)
- Residential Dwelling Housebreaking Claim – TTD 70 K)
- Residential Dwelling Escape of Water Claim (TTD 65 K)
- Residential Dwelling Impact Damage Claim (TTD 65 K)
- Residential Dwelling Impact Damage Claim (TTD 57 K)