Crawford & Company

Lives. Restored.
They’re not just claims. They’re people. They’re businesses. They’re communities.

For over 75 years, Crawford has solved the world's claims handling challenges and helped businesses keep their focus where it belongs — on people.

We bring together thoughtful and talented people together to offer comprehensive, intelligent solutions to restore and enhance lives, businesses and communities across:

- Loss Adjusting
- Managed Repair
- Third Party Administration
- Catastrophe Services

At Crawford, we're not just embracing change, we're leading it. We're thinking beyond the traditional and bringing together innovative solutions to meet our customers' needs today while anticipating the needs of tomorrow.

From the industry's first and largest gig economy platform to predictive analytics, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, and more — Crawford's unique combination of technology with industry-leading expertise delivers value to our customers and our industry.

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Subsidence: The silent surge

“Surge” is the dreaded word on their lips, and with claims already up 400% on last year there are widespread fears that 2018 could be a very bad year for subsidence underwriters. This report sheds light on the factors driving subsidence claims in the UK and how insurers can mitigate the impact.

Be CAT ready

Is your business equipped to deal with a catastrophe? This paper provides reference for claims and risk professionals when considering the dynamics and challenges they may face in establishing their own risk management and business continuity strategies, so they can be “CAT ready”.

Superstorm Sandy - One year on

In October 2012, Superstorm Sandy hit the United States East Coast, causing billions of dollars of damage and affecting millions of American’s lives. One year on, Crawford studies the aftermath of the storm and what lessons have been learnt.

Thailand - One year on

One year on and the insurance response to the Thai floods is still on going and the impact on the country remains severe. This paper looks at the disaster's impact, what tough lessons have been learnt and how adjusters can respond more effectively should future disasters strike.