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Woodgate & Clark appoints David Parker into senior role

Posted on 17 December 2021

David Parker, market leading specialist construction adjuster and surveyor  has been appointed into a senior role at loss adjuster Woodgate & Clark. 

David’s role will focus on growing the Building Defects division of the business, boosting Woodgate & Clark’s market presence in this specialism, as well as helping to develop construction  and subsidence claim services. He began his role at the beginning of December and reports to operations director Graeme Fitzpatrick. 

Graeme said: “Building defect and construction related claims are  core propositions for us and delivering service excellence and cost control in these areas  is part of our overall strategy. It’s great to have someone of David’s calibre and experience onboard and leading efforts to broaden our client proposition  in these  sectors. .”

David Parker said: “I am excited by the opportunity to take the lead on improving Woodgate & Clark’s presence in the building defects sector and related construction  claims. I look forward to playing my part in meeting the company’s longer-term strategic ambitions in this area.”

Graeme added: “We remain keen to talk to experienced adjusters and surveyors looking for fulfilling roles in one of the UK’s most progressive and forward thinking loss adjusting businesses.” 

“Woodgate & Clark is a growing business with plenty of opportunities for both seasoned executives and younger adjusters looking to develop their skills and experience.”  


About David Parker 

David Parker started his business at Knowles Loss Adjusters (KLA) 30 years ago and grew it to becomes a successful specialist adjusting firm. He was their Managing Director until the company was purchased by   Charles Taylor General Adjusting Services in 2018. 

Before KLA, David spent eight years at GAB Robins where he became a director and specialised in construction and Latent Defect claims. David worked as a chartered surveyor in the construction industry for several years before entering loss adjusting.