Disagreement Over Scope of Damage NOT a Valid Objection to Appraisal Demand in PennsylvaniaBy Robert Trautmann We frequently field requests from public adjusters and clients concerning appraisal and scope of damages. The situation arises when appraisal is demanded by the insured and the carrier objects, arguing that appraisal is only for...
Tornado LossesWe all know the saying “the devil is in the details” Filing a claim on your own is like filing a lawsuit without a lawyer. There are many things that we will do for you immediately. These include: Notify your insurance company Arrange temporary or long term housing...
“Flooding is defined by the National Flood Insurance Program as a general and temporary condition of partial or complete inundation of two or more acres of normally dry land area or two or more properties (at least one of which is your property) from: Overflow of inland waters, unusual and rapid accumulation or runoff of surface waters from any source, and mud-flows.”
-Research, detail, and substantiate damage to buildings, contents and any additional expenses
-Evaluate business interruption losses and extra expense claims for businesses
-Document your loss; Determine values for settling covered damages