Claims Management  Adjusting Ltd

Claims Management Adjusting Ltd

all things vehicle claims

CMA Services

“There is no substitute for experience.” It is with good reason we are ‘All Things Vehicle’; for 25 years we have been under the same management. What are we doing right? CMA has never sought to...
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Vehicle Information

Since the mid-1990’s CMA has resolved claims relating to vehicle title and diminution in value disputes. We have a comprehensive and unique understanding of the vehicle data environment.   We also have comprehensive vehicle data knowledge;...
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About Us

CMA is proud to be the UK’s oldest vehicle claims specialist.  How proud?  Our Mission Statement is here and having been with CMA since formed in 1994, our MD had the following to say …...
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Contact CMA

Rear of 39-41, High Street West Malling Kent ME196QH Tel: 01732 220750 Email: Registered in England & Wales, our registered office is as above, registration # 02955406. We are a Nationwide (UK / Ireland)...
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CMA Services

Vehicle Theft
CMA started life in 1994 and was known for addressing vehicle theft claims. We have a wealth of experience in the arena. A director is a member of IAATI.

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Road Traffic Collisions (RTC)
1995 saw our expertise utilised by World in Action as we assisted with the investigation of a notorious ARC (accident repair centre).

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Third-Party Property Damage (TPPD)
On occasions, the total loss vehicle is the least of an insurer’s worries … the property they strike can be more costly and time consuming to resolve.

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Highways Incidents – Damage to Crown Property (DCP)
Having caused some contractors to change their practices, we are now moving to an era of Highways-England controlled claims. The issue is less the rate utilised and more the amount of them applied. 

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Local Authorities – Damage to ‘Street Furniture’
Commonly engaging the same contractors as Highways England – similar problems arise.

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Vehicles with an Adverse History
Whilst the significance of these may not at first be apparent, it should be borne in mind that we are utilised as no one has such vehicle expertise. We have handled 100’s of claims for title disputes (theft & finance) and diminution in value claims.

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Car Crime Conundrum

Vehicle Theft: with or without keys? A figure indicated 93% of vehicle thefts were ‘keyless’, also known as ‘relay bypass’ – source (fleetnews) : ‘The analysis also reports another annual increase in keyless car thefts, now standing at an all-time high of 93%.’ Other vehicle theft statistics (Aviva) convey: 36% …

Catalytic Converters Thefts Surge

‘the rising prices of precious metals could make you and your car a target for organised crime’. Read more: – Which? Data from 25 police forces across England, Wales and Northern Ireland obtained by consumer organisation Which? reveals incidents of catalytic convertors* thefts surged 104% between 2019 and 2020.  …

01/06/2021 – Pre Action Protocol for Personal Injury Claims

31/05/2021 – The personal injury claims process is changing for people who suffer lower value injuries as a result of road traffic accidents (RTAs). Turning on a sixpence, we at CMA have long enjoyed the challenges of addressing portal claims within the prescribed timescales. The new portal for road traffic …

2021 Review of The Highway Code

A consultation document setting out the changes proposed and seeking views on whether the changes will help drivers feel better informed and more confident about driving on high-speed roads. This appears particularly aimed at the introduction of ‘Smart’ ManicWays, sorry …. Motorways. The combined effect of our proposed changes to …

Fuel Funding Fears

As drivers move to electric vehicles and the intention for these to be the only cars sold by 2030, the consumption of tax-heavy fossil fuels will reduce as lower excise licence (‘tax’) costs are associated.  This does not bode well for the Treasury’s £40billion annual income. The Transport Select Committee’s …

Introduction of a National Schedule of Repair Costs for Network Damage (Green Claims)

01/10/2020 a spectacular failure – a little over 3 months after Jim O’Sullivan (CEO) and Tim Reardon (General Counsel) launch their National Schedule Of Repair Costs for network damage (Green Claims)’.  Insurers are blamed but we suspect the Authority’s contractors realised it prevented profiteering and the Authority, beholden to these suppliers, has pulled the …