D-9.2, r. 4 - Code of ethics of claims adjusters

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39. Claims adjusters who have been given a mandate must not require advances that are disproportionate to the nature and circumstances of the claim and the state of the parties. In addition, they must charge fair and reasonable remuneration, justified by the circumstances and proportionate to the services rendered. In setting remuneration, claims adjusters must take particular account of the following factors:
(1)  their experience;
(2)  the time devoted to the matter;
(3)  the difficulty of the problem submitted;
(4)  the importance of the matter;
(5)  the responsibility assumed;
(6)  the provision of unusual services or services requiring exceptional competence or speed; and
(7)  the result obtained.
O.C. 1143-2007, s. 39.