Shakil Ahmed

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Shakil Ahmed
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Shakil Ahmed

Claims Manager

Interests & Hobbies 

Computers, Photography & Rambling/Hiking 

Spare Time

Spending time with family and enjoying above hobbies.

What you enjoy about working at SJL

Energetic environment and varied workloads

 

Shakil, SJL’s Claims Manager has worked within the claim arena for in excess of  fifteen years. He has experience of dealing with claims from various classes, such as Property Owners Insurance, Commercial Insurance, Directors and Offices, Liability Insurance (both Public and Employers including Bodily and Personal Injury), Business Interruption, Marine Insurance ( both ocean and inland marine.

 Over the years he has been fortunate to work some of the largest multinational insurers, Loss Adjusters and Insurance Brokers dealing with claims from a variety of classes and differing in complexity from the small to major & complex Losses (in excess of a Million pounds). The extent of his career has allowed him to see claims from the perspective of an insurer, loss adjusters and brokers. This has allowed a clear understanding of the complexities surrounding claims, especially those  brought against policyholders by third parties and the risks posed to the by failing to fulfil their legal obligations during this process.

 During his career he has the good fortune to be involved in the underwriting side of the insurance process.  This has allowed him to understand the importance of an accurate disclosure of information prior to inception. His experience in insurance allows Shakil to help clients with navigating the claims process. This will include dealing with items such loss prevention, risk retention, risk transfer, underinsurance issues, proportionate remedy, settlement deductions and situations involving betterment.

Shakil is always happy to help, and is keen to provide a first class claims services and can guide clients through complex matters involving policy endorsements and exclusions, internal policy limits, errors and omissions in the claim and/or statement of fact, Depreciation, policy deductibles, cash settlements, Acts of God, civil commotion