QuestGates adds a host of new female adjusters to its team

8 June 2018: Leading specialist loss adjuster, QuestGates, has added a host of new female adjusters to its growing team around the country.

Michelle Haynes joins QuestGates from Stream Claims Services to take up the role of London Area Manager in the Property Division. Michelle is an experienced property adjuster having dealt with both domestic and commercial cases during her 18 year insurance industry career. She is ACII and ACILA qualified.

Suzanne Parker joins QuestGates from SLS Crawford & Company and has 17 years experience working in the insurance industry dealing with all aspects of liability claims.

A previous QuestGates employee is returning to the fold after almost four years at McLarens and Direct Group. Ashley Clancy is also joining the Property Division bringing with her over 15 years’ loss adjusting experience. Ashley is Cert CII and Cert CILA qualified.

Sara Bailey joins QuestGates from Morgan Clark where she worked for over 10 years, initially in an office based role and later handling larger claims, negotiating settlement face to face on behalf of clients.

Finally, Hannah Diamond has joined the Liability Division from the Graham High Group. She has 16 years’ claims handling experience within the legal, insurance and adjusting sectors and has worked in an adjuster role for over eight years. Hannah is Cert CII qualified and is currently studying towards the Dip CII.

Commenting on these new appointments QuestGates Managing Director, Chris Hall, says: “I’m delighted to welcome these highly talented female loss adjusters to our team. Women now make up a third of our technical staff and our ambition is to achieve parity between male and female adjusters, concierge team members and claims handlers. As our industry strives towards achieving greater diversity across all sectors, I’m proud that QuestGates has attracted these strong characters who I believe will act as great role models to the women in our business seeking to advance their own careers.”