May 9, 2007 by Canadian Underwriter
Crawford & Company (Canada) Inc. has announced the creation of a commercial auto services branch, which will oversee programs in the commercial auto sector.
Working with Crawfords global branch network, this new team will manage programs within the commercial auto sector, such as car and truck rentals, taxis, couriers, and commercial fleets.
CEO John Sharoun notes in a release that those in the new branch have widespread experience working with commercial auto claims all across the country, including bodily injury, accident claims and property damage.
Clients today are looking for innovative approaches to claims management, Sharoun, said in a press release. This new branch will give us the opportunity to respond to our clients needs and grow our commercial auto services across Canada.
The company has announced the appointment of Brian Hambly as the manager of the new commercial auto services branch.
Hambly has been with Crawford since 1995, after graduating from Brock University with a Bachelor of Arts. He is a Chartered Insurance Professional (CIP), handling all lines of claims, with a specialty in commercial auto and CGL claims.
He has been a control adjuster for a number of car rental accounts while at Crawford & Company (Canada) Inc.
The new branch will operate out of the companys Toronto West branch.