Operating Since 2009


IAS of Utah, Nevada, and Northwest Arizona services the major metropolitan areas of Salt Lake City and Las Vegas. Additionally, our regional offices service all cities, towns, and municipalities throughout Utah, Nevada, and Mojave County, Arizona. Our team is proud to service the residents and visitors of Utah and Nevada, and we look forward to assisting you with any claims needs that may arise within our area.

Due to the scale and nature of our surrounding environment, a large variety of loss is experienced within our coverage area, and we can handle it all. We’ve got you covered, from Heavy Trucks and Machinery to RVs and Property. And from losses of a delicate nature to losses that require a timely response, we are the ones to turn to. Because of our scale, we have the ability to ‘fast-track’ those urgent assignments that need same-day contact with the rapid inspection. We also provide bilingual services when needed. We are the trusted source for many Municipalities, Self-Insureds, Lending Institutions, and Insurance Carriers.


Automotive Claims

Watercraft Claims

DOI Inspections

Diminished Value Disputes

Motorcycle/UTV Claims

Property Claims

Vehicle Valuations

Umpire Services

Heavy Equipment & RV Claims

Specialty Equipment Claims

Appraisal Clause Disputes

Additional Services




At the forefront of IAS of Utah and Nevada is Brendan Shields. Brendan is a seasoned Appraiser and Adjuster who chose to join the IAS Claims Group so that he could bring his unique blend of depth and knowledge into business ownership with a fast-growing appraisal group. His regional knowledge, 20 years of experience, esteemed reputation, and broad resources make him an invaluable asset to our loyal clients. Outside of daily auto claims, Brendan enjoys adjusting heavy trucks, recreation vehicles, machinery, property, diminished values claims, and appraisal clause disputes.

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