Morgan Clark Joins BIBA as Associate Member Company

The British Insurance Brokers’ Association (BIBA) is delighted to announce that Morgan Clark (,a leading independent firm of Loss Assessors, has joined the organisation as an Associate member.

Morgan Clark will bring a wealth of industry knowledge and expertise on claims management. They have a vast experience of commercial and residential insurance claims, offering free help, advice and guidance to those who have a suffered a fire, flood, burst pipe or other natural disaster.

Morgan Clark has worked with many of the industry’s most highly respected insurance brokers, alongside the major UK insurance companies and, as a result, are very well regarded in the industry. Morgan Clark work with the broker to reach the joint goal of ensuring their client receives the very best settlement under the terms of their insurance policy.

Working side by side with insurance brokers, the assessor will become an addition to their client service. They give brokers the opportunity to offer their clients a 360 degree approach, with both the knowledge to place insurance and a professional to manage and negotiate their client’s claims.

Phil Morgan, Chair of Morgan Clark, said: “We are delighted to have joined BIBA as an associate member. We have strong relationships with a number of brokers, assisting them with their clients’ insurance claims, so this brings a great opportunity to continue to build relationships, support brokers and keep up to date with the industry. We look forward to working with BIBA”.

Steve White BIBA CEO said: “We are delighted Morgan Clark have chosen to be associated with us. Working with their team will provide another expert prospective on issues that affect our members.”

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