Our business was founded in 1991 to supply the fleet industry with a bespoke, outsourced claims recovery service, a principle which underpins what we do today. Our team is made up of incredible individuals, all with the common aim of providing a first-class service, every time.
Our customers are entirely corporate in nature, either with a fleet of vehicles or owning commercial property. Our marketing team will not 'cold-call' individuals, especially to entice them to make a personal injury claim. Such practices are not within our business model nor our marketing strategy. We do not buy or sell data of private individuals.
If you receive a call from us, you will see our main switchboard number provided you have 'caller display' on your receiving telephone.
This website and the contents within is owned and managed by Opus Claim Solutions Ltd. You may not access or use the Website or otherwise exploit, extract, screen scrape, publish, distribute or reproduce any part and may not use bots or other electronic automations to interact with it.
We may take legal action if we discover any unauthorised use or interference with access to this website, misappropriation, misuse or infringement of our content, functionality, look and feel of the website or interference with the identity of our website or taking any action to impair the good-will of our trade names, trade marks or other intellectual property.
We have no liability to you, including damage caused by third party interference such as hacking, computer viruses, bug, trojans or information posted on the web by unauthorised parties, phishing and any other form of cyber crime activity.
GDPR - Data Protection
From the 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation came into force. Like all businesses, we collect and store personal data.
We are seriously committed to ensuring we are compliant with these regulations and therefore have taken all reasonable steps to ensure the data we hold is accurate, secure and used solely for the purpose for which it was intended.
As we may hold data about you, you are entitled to know what that data is. At any time, you may submit a request to us by emailing, calling or writing to us. We will respond to your request, as appropriate, usually within 3-5 working days. Your request will be recorded in our GDPR Request For Information log.