Modern life is heavily dependent upon electricity, both as an energy source (our homes, factories, railways, telephony, radio, etc.) and as a technical means of controlling non-electrical equipment (vehicle thermal management systems, etc.). We are currently witnessing the development of the Internet of Things, with connected objects becoming increasingly common.
Electricity is a mysterious science for most people, who neither understand how it works nor the dangers associated with it. From the early days of electrical engineering up to the advent of electronics, the field has become more complex and branched out into a range of very distinct specialities. Electrical claims can be difficult for the uninitiated to comprehend.
Our loss adjusters are experts in all the aspects of electricity, from high-voltage transformer stations to the inner workings of electronic components. They are able to identify causes and risks, recommend provisional and corrective measures, and calculate associated costs.