We are quality-driven experts, providing an expanding range of claims management, loss adjusting and auditing services. Since 1931, our team has been providing high-quality claims management services, making us one of the most experienced companies in the industry. Today, we are a leading independent global claims services provider, trusted by clients worldwide and focused on complex commercial insurance and niche disciplines.
Our reputation for quality is built on the unrivalled expertise and local knowledge of our loss adjusters, who are strategically located across the globe and who average of 20 years of experience to the job. Not only do we have deep expertise in P&C complex losses, we also have substantial technical expertise in niche markets and service areas.
We operate over 230 international offices and currently have approximately 1,900 employees world-wide.
McLarens promotes BI adjuster in New Zealand
- June 8
Jia Mostert has previously worked at the EQC.
Q&A: McLarens’ Michael Campbell-Pitt
- February 7
The Asia regional director on the impact of recent large cat events, Covid disruption and claims' digitalisation.
Asian aviation – gearing up for recovery
- November 11
Recent travel route openings suggest there is light at the end of the tunnel for international travel.
Rail losses give recent Japan EQ US$1bn potential
- April 8
McLarens adjuster tells IAN railway damage is likely to be key factor affecting claims after February's magnitude 7.0 earthquake.
NSW floods: 11,700 claims filed and many more on way
- March 23
Insurance Council of Australia notes that February 2020 rainstorms saw nearly US$800m pay-out.
Recent Japan earthquake losses likely to exceed US$100m
- February 19
Aon report says 7.1-magnitude tremor unlikely to be 'significant' industry event.
Crawford’s global forensics head to join McLarens
- January 22
IAN understands six key staff members are joining the rival loss adjuster in Australia.
Forensic accountant to leave Crawford for rival in Hong Kong
- December 22
The Hong Kong-based loss adjuster is set to join McLarens in January amid wider Asia push.