June 28, 2017

Colorado Insurance Commissioner – What does a Public Adjuster do for the property owner?

This article released June 28, 2012 by the Colorado Dept. of Insurance is to help people that have suffered property damage, in this case specifically form the wildfires, understand what roles a Public Adjuster can play in the claim settlement process.  It covers what does a PA do, how much should a … [Read more...]

FEMA: FEMA and Whole Communities Continue Support in Aftermath of Storms

FEMA: FEMA and Whole Communities Continue Support in Aftermath of Storms. States affected this weekend by severe storms were Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, North Carolina and Washington DC.  Reports have been coming in from rural areas that golf ball … [Read more...]

Severe thunderstorms pack a wallop | power, new, bern – Local News, Weather and Breaking Stories in North Carolina – Sun Journal – newbernsj.com

Severe thunderstorms pack a wallop | power, new, bern - Local News, Weather and Breaking Stories in North Carolina - Sun Journal - newbernsj.com. Anyone with questions on how to deal with NCJUA/NCIUA and their storm damages, call for a free claim review. 855 757 2757 - toll free 252 497 … [Read more...]

NFIP has been directed since 2004 that there is no longer any requirement to withhold the “recoverable depreciation”

As written by the Outer Banks Sentinel: "The NFIP flood adjusters' manual states that primary residences are not to be depreciated but almost all of the proofs of loss examined by the Sentinel contained depreciation of things such as floors, stairs, doors, etc. That depreciation was noted as … [Read more...]

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