Mittal Surveyors Private Limited is engaged in the Professional work of Survey & Loss Assessment of the claims of General Insurance Industry. We offer exceptionally high quality services. We are strategically located in Bathinda, Punjab. Our team of Professionals & IRDA approved Surveyors are ready to assist the insured on short notice anywhere in Punjab, Haryana, Chandigarh and other locations. All the Directors of the Company are qualified Chartered Accountants and licensed Surveyors. We have a team of dedicated members who maintain highest standards of professional ethics.
To assess the losses independently, without prejudice and without being motivated by any pressure furthermore speeding up the process to help the insured to recover from the damage as soon as possible.
Fire: Category “A”
Miscellaneous: Category “A”
Marine Cargo: Category “B”
The firm was founded by Sh. Rattan Lal Mittal, Surveyor and Loss Assessor way back in 1965. He had a 2 digit survey license no i.e. 39 and was one of the oldest surveyors of India. He was a Fellow member of the Institute of Insurance Surveyors and Adjusters, Mumbai.
In 1986, his son CA. Parmod Mittal, who is a qualified chartered Accountant, coupled him and they ran the firm of Surveyors & Loss Assessors under the name “M/s Mittal Associates”. They earned good reputation and name in the field through their integrity and commitment towards the profession.
In order to expand the activity in 1990, the firm was converted into a Corporate Entity under the name and style of “Mittal Surveyors Pvt. Ltd.,” with its registered office at Bathinda, Punjab. Since then the company had numerous opportunities to serve Insurers in both public and private sector.
The Company has grown over decades and generations. Recently in 2012,CA. Himanshu Mittal, son of CA. Parmod Mittal has also united hands as a Surveyor and Loss Assessor. He is also a qualified Chartered Accountant.
|Name||Mittal Surveyors Pvt. Ltd|
|Regd. Address||Mittal Street, Amrik Singh Road, Bathinda, Punjab, India|
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