Metro Vancouver Office (Burnaby)
601, 3292 Production Way, Burnaby, BC V5A 4R4
Jason Harris, CIP
Senior Claims Adjuster
Jason began his career in Edmonton, Alberta in 1996 with a National Insurer. While working on obtaining his CIP designation, Jason was quickly gaining experience handling a wide array of claims before becoming an Independent Adjuster in 2001. As a Senior Adjuster, Jason continued to gain considerable experience handling larger and more complex losses with strong support from several insurers. In January 2008 Jason moved to Vancouver, BC, in a new role as Regional Branch Director with the same IA firm. One year later, and 6 months after the firm was acquired for a second time, Jason resigned to open a Vancouver branch office for a start-up company. In June 2011, Jason founded All Perils Claims.
After being selected by a client to handle a catastrophic environmental loss in 2005, Jason proved that he was more than capable of effectively managing any size of loss. The total exposure for this loss exceeded $2 Billion and included more than 2,000 claimants, $100 Million in Property Damages, and over $20 Million in Business Interruption losses. Settling claims directly with over 95% of the claimants before limitation and without litigation, Jason was able to prevent the certification of two separate class action lawsuits.
Jason has considerable experience and is a strong multi-line Adjuster, as well as an effective and proven leader. Focusing on quality and service, Jason understands what it takes to earn the trust and faith of his clients. Jason is currently handling losses of every type, size and level of complexity, and takes pride in being called upon when quality and service matter!
Darren Ho, B.Sc
Senior Claims Adjuster
Darren is fluent in Cantonese and Mandarin
Darren has been with All Perils since 2012. After graduating from the University of British Columbia in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics, Darren accepted a position as a Telephone Adjuster with a national insurance company. Darren was provided with excellent training and was handling a variety of claims. In 2009 Darren began handling larger losses as a Field Adjuster for the same insurer and has continued to gain experience and knowledge handling residential and commercial property losses, as well as liability and boiler & machinery claims.
Darren has strong technical abilities and problem solving skills which he applies with a common sense approach to his claims handling. With a good understanding of the claims processes and his ability to effectively interpret and apply policy coverages, Darren is committed to delivering the high level of service that the clients of All Perils expect to receive.
Darren currently holds a Level 2 License while working towards completing his CIP designation.
Elicia has been with All Perils since 2014. After spending 15 months living in Germany and traveling Europe, Elicia started her Adjusting career in 2009 as a Telephone Adjuster for a large National Insurer. For the first year, Elicia was handling Automobile Claims before switching her focus to Property and Heavy Equipment claims, which she later specialized in for the same insurer. Elicia has handled losses as part of several Emergency Response Teams for various CAT situations, including the 2011 Slave lake Wildfire in Alberta. Elicia joined All Perils in November 2014 and has earned a reputation as a strong, knowledgeable and caring adjuster.
Having taken the Property Damage Assessment and Estimating program at Vale in Texas, in addition to several other industry and customer service courses, Elicia has strong technical knowledge and policy interpretation skills.
Elicia is a personable, customer service focused adjuster who currently holds a Level 2 License and is working towards obtaining her CIP Designation.
Ryan McCaffery, CIP, CRM
100, 34334 Forest Terrace, Abbotsford, BC V2S 1G7
Sarah Gabl, CIP
Senior Claims Adjuster
Sarah joined the All Perils team in 2016. She completed the Business Administration & General Insurance program at Mount Royal College before starting her insurance career with the Royal Insurance Company in Calgary in September of 1991. Sarah was welcomed to the Adjusting field with a record setting hail storm just days after she began her career. Sarah remained with Royal Insurance / RSA for 8 years, specializing in Automobile and Accident Benefits claims. Sarah then relocated to the Lower Mainland in British Columbia in 1999 and worked briefly with ICBC before making the move to become an Independent Adjuster for a large national firm. Sarah has been working as an Independent Adjuster ever since and has gained considerable experience handling all types and sizes of residential and commercial property losses.