About Us

We at McHugh Glynn & Associates represent you the insurance policy holders (not the insurance company) who have suffered a loss or damage to a property through:

  1. Fire
  2. Smoke damage
  3. Chimney Fire
  4. Explosion
  1. Flood
  2. Storm
  3. Lightening
  4. Burst pipes / Escape of Water
  1. Burglary
  2. Subsidence
  3. Impact (by vehicle, aircraft, animal etc)


Our experience in Loss Assessing and Quantity Surveying allows us to handle Commercial and Residential Property Claims. Read More>>

McHugh Glynn & Associates ltd, previously Joe McHugh & Associates have over 30 years experience of preparing and negotiation insurance claims, we can help ensure you receive everything you are entitled to under the terms of your policy.

For a no obligation review of your claim by an experienced consultant, please contact us on Lo Call: 1890 321 999 or 086-2521325 for a free consultation. Whatever the size or type of insurance claim contact us immediately as the claim arises. The sooner you contact us as the claim arises, we can ensure that the claim is presented with a view to a successful negotiation and settlement.

This question and answer section will help you understand how a Loss Assessor works for you:

  1. What happens when an insurance claim is lodged?
  2. What is a Loss Adjuster?                             
  3. What is a Claim Consultant / Loss Assessor?
  4. Are we as Claim Consultants / Loss Assessors, connected with Insurance companies?
  5. Can my Insurance Broker not handle my claim for me?
  6. Your Entitlement as a Consumer

What happens when an insurance claim is lodged?
When a client suffers a loss or damage they contact their insurance company who send out a Loss Adjustor to assess the claim. Even though the Loss Adjuster is to remain independent their duty is to protect the interests of the Insurance Company, our duty is to ensure that your claim is treated fairly and is as quick a timeframe as possible.

What is a Loss Adjuster?
A Loss Adjuster is a claims professional appointed by the insurance company. Don't forget - the loss adjuster's job is to "adjust" your contents and buildings insurance claim once you have spent all the time needed to prepare it for them, and although they are officially impartial they are engaged and paid by the insurance company and must therefore settle your insurance claim as economically as possible

What is a Claim Consultant / Loss Assessor?
A Claim Consultant / Loss Assessor is a specialist who understands every procedure involved in negotiating insurance claims. They represent the insurance policy holder who have suffered a loss or damage to their property through fire, flood, storm, lightening etc. Employed by the claimant they ensure the policyholder receives fair compensation for their loss.

Are we as Claim Consultants / Loss Assessors, connected with Insurance companies?
No. They work exclusively for the policyholder, negotiating claims and do not work for Insurance companies.

Can my Insurance Broker not handle my claim for me?
A Broker is a professional in determining your insurance needs and recommending the most suitable policy for you. Their service will not include preparation and negotiation of a claim on your behalf.

Your Entitlement as a Consumer:
A lot of policyholders in Ireland don’t actually realise that they are entitled as a consumer to have a professional represent them in their property insurance claim. By using a Claim Consultant/Loss Assessor you can be sure that you will achieve the best possible result be it for your home or business. An insurance policy is a contract, making it subject to interpretation and negotiation. How a claim is interpreted, presented and negotiated directly effects the amount of settlement the policyholder receives.

You can be sure that you the policyholder receives your full entitlement with our assistance.

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Please call us on 1890 321 999 or 086-2521325

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