ISO's PCS® unit is the internationally recognized authority on insured property losses from catastrophes.
The PCS Canada Service investigates reported disasters and determines the extent and type of damage, dates of occurrence, and geographic areas affected. The PCS Canada Service assigns serial numbers that help you track the losses from each catastrophe.
The PCS Canada service produces damage estimates that help you:
- set loss reserves
- helps companies determine where field resources may need to be positioned for catastrophe response
- verify your internal company estimates
The PCS Canada Service estimates also keep insurers, their customers, regulators, and other interested parties informed about the total costs of disasters. Insurance companies contribute significantly to the economic recovery following a catastrophe. The PCS Canada Service regularly reports on the value of that contribution — and its effect on insurers.
The service also maintains contact with industry representatives in many countries.
The PCS Canada Service provides daily reports on severe weather and catastrophes. The service also publishes informative reports on issues relating to property claims management. Reports include legislative and regulatory updates, judicial decisions, and other topics.
Follow the links for more information about our products and services:
- catastrophe serial numbers
- estimates of insured property loss
- online services — Internet access to severe-weather and catastrophe reports
For more information about PCS
Property Claim Services®