QuestGates to appoint new personal injury claims director

Specialist loss adjuster QuestGates recently announced its intention to appoint a new director of its personal injury claims operations in order to bolster its Liability division.

The new director, Ms Sarah Reynolds will be joining QuestGates from claim management firm Cunningham Lindsay, where she has experience in handling catastrophic and and large personal injury compensation claims from within the City market.

Ms Reynolds is planning to operate out of the specialist claims adjsuter’s London offices, and brings with her in excess of twenty years of experience in regards to loss adjustment practices to her new position of personal claims manager with QuestGates.

Chris Hall, managing director for the firm, released a statement in which he stated that he was delighted at Ms Reynolds’ new appointment, further going on to state that due to her expertise and high level of technical knowledge of personal injury claims, QuestGates’s Liability team will benefit greatly from her addition, adding her strength to its own.

This is not the first time this year that QuestGates has expanded its roster of new players in its Liability division, as this past June also made an announcement in which three additional high-level staff were added, which included Clive Roberts as newly-appointed Liability Services Manager and both Philip Milnthorpe and Matt Wade as Liability Client Relationship Managers for the firm.

Incorporated in 2003 after growing out of the former Quest Gates Partnership, Chartered Loss Adjusters QuestGates Limited has its roots in providing technical loss adjusting services for over three decades, most notably in the Motor and Liability sectors. Since then, QuestGates Limited has built upon that prior history by not only further specailising in those previous markets but also in an expansion into several others, most notably Environmental Counter Fraud, Property, and Subsience.

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