Anyone want to guess the real story here?:
Another news story about evil insurance companies and/or clueless adjusters.
It is obviou
Posted: 01/18/2009 2:42 PM Replies: 2
Xmas greetings & multi-line coverages
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Kids!
'Twas the night before Christmas (12:01 A.M. EST 12/25/2011 CST) and all through the house (single family, masonry veneer 1 1/2 story with basement, 1128 grou
Posted: 12/21/2011 3:02 PM Replies: 3
Satellite Roof Measures
Just a heads up, I recently tried a new up-and-coming satellite imaging company called Roofwalk based in Minnesota. All I can say is stay away! They are slow, and when they fail to give results, they
Posted: 11/23/2010 4:53 PM Replies: 9
Very Interesting article
We can all learn from the contents of this article. Comments anyone?
Posted: 04/15/2008 9:34 AM Replies: 0
This is it. Computers and satellites are taking over.
As of today, major carrier would REQUIRE satellite measurements report on ALL roofs over 9/12 or with more than 12 planes.
What was your experience with Geoestimator, Eagleview and such?
Posted: 01/21/2010 9:37 AM Replies: 30
The IICRC, although their name doesn't seem to command much respect, is supposed to be the body who sets standards for water damage cleanup and restoration. They have this manual, the IICRC S500
Posted: 07/15/2008 6:04 PM Replies: 76
Perception of Public Adjusters???
I first worked as an independent adjuster on Hurricane Rita claims in Lake Charles. I am thinking of going to work as a public adjuster and have recently been licensed although have no
Posted: 11/14/2008 1:51 PM Replies: 8
Search and Rescue Damage
When handling a fire, it is my experience that insurance carriers generally consider damage done to a structure by the firefighters to be part of the fire loss. My question is similar, but much
Posted: 01/25/2013 1:56 AM Replies: 18
cyberwarfare, computer virus as proximate cause...
There's a lot of stories in the news about a computer virus that is attacking another countries nuclear facility. There is some evidence that the virus caused various motors to malfunction and
Posted: 10/01/2010 9:06 AM Replies: 5
4.5-magnitude earthquake that hit at 6:42 a.m. in California
A 4.5-magnitude earthquake that hit at 6:42 a.m. near Banning and the Morongo Reservation shook Orange County Wednesday morning, but did not appear to cause any major damage in Southern California.
Posted: 01/06/2016 3:30 PM Replies: 0