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Hill Dickinson and Sopp + Sopp launch new service

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Hill Dickinson has announced a strategic partnership with accident management company, Sopp + Sopp to create an integrated claims management service specifically designed for its commercial fleet clients.

Known as the fleet claims manager, the partnership has been formed to help businesses manage, monitor and reduce the cost of their motor incidents. The service will also help businesses overcome the common challenges that fleet operators encounter, particularly measuring the total cost of risk.

Speaking about the new service, head of motor claims at Hill Dickinson, Nerys Parry (pictured), commented: “This is a really significant step in enabling fleet operators to gain visibility and greater control of their claims experience through 24/7 reporting and intervention and end to end management of commercial fleet claims.  How a commercial fleet is managed is key to the profitability of the operator’s business and the insurability of their fleet risk. By offering our clients a turnkey solution, we can help support fleet operators and deliver cost savings to our clients.”

Graham Usher, at Sopp + Sopp, added: “Hill Dickinson’s expertise in motor claims coupled with Sopp + Sopp’s extensive experience in the commercial vehicle market will help businesses minimise incident to claim ratios, reduce claims spend, detect fraud and, above all, enable businesses to truly analyse cost at every step of the process.”


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