EMCAS

AcronymDefinition
EMCASElectricity Markets Complex Adaptive Systems
EMCASElectromagnetic Compatibility Assurance Software
EMCASEvaluation of Material Control and Accounting Systems
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EMCAS is extremely proactive in its subrogation efforts.
EMCAS offers a variety of fee schedules, including a contingent fee agreement option.
The stakes are often very high when it comes to investing money, as bad investment advice and making the wrong decision can have a devastating effect on consumers' lives," a press release by EMCAS reads.
In a warning to claimants across the region EMCAS said: "The rejection of these claims means that more consumers have to refer their case to the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) in order to ensure that they get their money back.
Craig Bernhardt, Chief Executive at EMCAS said: "We know that there are over 6.
The national EMCAS team is focused on ensuring detailed coverage analysis, accurate loss quantification, prompt resolution and efficient vendor management.
The EMCAS Subrogation and Recovery Team has a successful track record of subrogating losses of all sizes for insurance carriers, London syndicates, and self-insured entities.
Founded in 2003, EMCAS has grown to be the UK's largest financial claims management business winning more than 98,000 claims on behalf of consumers and securing more than pounds 180 million in compensation.
Catalyst managing partner Andy Currie said: "Initially, the owners of EMCAS sought our advice on their future options to realise value and reduce their involvement in the business.
Engle Martin supports three distinct divisions: EMA - Loss Adjusting, EMCAS - Claims Management (TPA) and EMC - Claims Consulting.
Founded in 1997, Engle Martin supports three distinct brands, EM Adjusting, EMCAS - third party claims administration services and EM Consulting.
EMCAS specializes in self-insured, programs and alternate markets claims handling services.