Total Claims Solutions announces expansion of services as industry expert Nigel Allen joins the Board of Directors.
With the impending reforms set to bring the Scottish claims market under the same regulation as England and Wales for the first time, motor claims management company Total Claims Solutions are gearing up to continue their growth North of the border.
Total Claims Solutions plan to utilise the impressive industry clout of their existing Directors Rob Davidson and Mick Conway, who have over 30 years of experience each operating in the sector, to ensure that the Scottish consumer is guaranteed a fairer experience when making a claim. Their experience operating under the current, more stringent regulation which is enforced in England and Wales will, they hope, be beneficial when entering the Scottish market following the reforms on 1st April.
In anticipation of this, Total Claims Solutions have also welcomed Nigel Allen onto the Board of Directors. The former-CEO of Slater Gordon Solutions Motor, Nigel brings with him over 20 years of experience in the claims management industry, as well as being a highly networked individual with the connections to drive the business forward.
Of his appointment, Nigel said: “I am thrilled to have joined the board at Total Claims Solutions. This is such a pivotal moment for claimants in Scotland, and should result in the customer being put back in charge. I can’t wait to help Total Claims Solutions achieve this.”
In addition, Total Claims Solutions have undergone a brand refresh and launched an updated website ahead of their foray into the Scottish market. The website, launched on Friday (25th January), emphasises the company’s values of streamlining the claims management process.
Director Rob Davidson added: “It’s been a great year for Total Claims Solutions, and there are so many exciting things still to come.
“With Nigel onboard and the brand and new website looking state-of-the-art, we look forward to expanding our services still further, and optimising the claims experience for the customer.”