Suite 210, 307 Banks Road
Kelowna BC V1X 6A1
Ryan McAvena BA, CIP
Ryan grew up in Kelowna, and was introduced to the insurance industry in 1999 when he worked for a local restoration firm while attending university. He worked as a general insurance adjuster in the lower mainland until he became an independent adjuster in 2004. After 11 years in the independent field, including a happy and productive stint managing the Duncan office of Coast Claims Service, Ryan returned to the Okanagan, and then returned to Coast Claims in the fall of 2017 as manager of the Kelowna office. Ryan holds a CIP designation, and is a multi line adjuster with an emphasis on residential and commercial property claims, general liability, heavy equipment and marine losses.
Brett McAvena grew up in Kelowna, BC and started his career in the insurance industry in 2003, with a restoration company. In 2005 he joined a national independent adjusting firm working out of first Calgary, then Edmonton and subsequently relocated back in Kelowna. After gaining valuable claims handling experience, Brett joined Coast Claims Insurance Services in the Spring of 2018. He continues to handle multiple lines of claims , focusing on commercial & residential property, general liability, motor truck cargo, heavy equipment and marine losses. Brett is currently working towards his CIP designation and is a member of the Lake Okanagan Insurance Society as well as the Honorable Order of the Blue Goose.
Dean Loverin, senior casualty adjuster, has been an asset to the insurance industry for over 35 years, beginning his career with Bodily Injury Adjusting and Recovery Management Coordination at the Insurance Corporation of B.C. These tenured positions well-prepared him for his eventual transition into an independent adjusting role in 2008, where he worked for both local and international firms.
Dean joined Coast Claims in May 2022, and specializes in the investigation and settlement of complex automobile and general liability claims, as well as recovery management and farming losses.