How much do insurance claims handlers in Leeds get paid?

Insurance claims handlers in Leeds earn

£9.26–13.78 per hour

Based on 35 employee reviews

Insurance claims handlers salaries can range between £9.26–13.78 per hour in the Leeds area. This data is based on survey results from 35 employees who live in an around Leeds.

What do top employers pay insurance claims handlers?

Who are the top insurance claims handlers employers?

  1. Aviva
    8.2
  2. RSA Insurance
    8.2
  3. Axa
    8.2

Who are the worst insurance claims handlers employers?

  1. Davies Group
    5.6
  2. Admiral
    6.3
  3. LV
    6.5

Recent insurance claims handlers vacancies in Leeds

  1. Claims Handler at Sedgwick posted 2 days ago
  2. Claims Assistant at NHS posted 8 days ago
  3. Legal Claims Executive at Jet2 posted yesterday
  4. Legal Claims Executive at Jet2 posted 4 days ago
  5. Administrator (Claims Team) at Jet2 posted 3 days ago
  6. Complaints Handler - NHS Digital posted 3 days ago
See all insurance claims handlers vacancies in the Leeds area

How are people paid?

17%
by the hour
83%
an annual salary

Based on 35 employees

What do insurance claims handlers employees do?

Insurance claims handlers have the job of working with customers who make insurance claims.

They can work in a contact centre or an office.

Other names for Insurance claims handlers are:

  • Claims handlers
  • Claims advisors
  • Claims agents

This type of job might involve:

  • Talking to customers on the phone
  • Taking down details relevant to the claim
  • Issuing forms and paperwork
  • Getting documents to support the claim (e.g. receipts)
  • Checking the claim against the insurance policy taken out
  • Paying out small claims
  • Giving advice to customers (e.g. explaining policy premiums)

As this job can be done from behind a desk, you’ll be sat down quite a bit.

If you want to apply for an insurance claims handler job, you might need the following:

  • Some GCSEs, a Level 2 or 3 certificate, or a relevant apprenticeship
  • Previous experience in customer service
  • Basic computer skills
  • Good maths skills (you might be asked to complete a maths test during the interview)
  • The right to work in the UK
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