In reading a recent article about roof prices and what the insurance company was paying, I notice the following comments to the article from visitors to their site.
Posted: 12/13/2008 1:42 AM Replies: 7
tools that can be returned
Let's say the insured had $4000.00 of Sears Craftsman tools, and $4000.00 of no name tools, both damaged in a fire. You know the Crafstman tools can be reurned to Sears and exchanged for new tools- li
Posted: 05/18/2009 10:19 AM Replies: 21
Per Diem-report on tax forms?
A friend, who worked for Pilot this year told me that when she receives her w-2 it will only show her taxable amount, but not the per diem she received. Will she have to provide the per diem
Posted: 11/11/2011 7:43 AM Replies: 12
White Collar Job In A Blue Collar Uniform
I believe that the claims industry can be very misleading to most outsiders because it has all of the outward appearances of a blue collar job when in fact it is truly not.
Posted: 07/09/2007 2:06 AM Replies: 6
Hey everyone, curious about your take(s) on a sump and related equipment...
One of the most common events for water related losses is when a sump pump fails. Water overflows a
Posted: 06/14/2010 4:40 AM Replies: 6
Glossary of Roofing Terminology
These terms and commentary could well help you with reporting and/or determining loss issues. I would suggest you save them in bookmarks or print to take with you in folder.Glossary of Roofing T
Posted: 11/26/2006 8:56 AM Replies: 1
2007 Version of Know before you Go.
My opine is not as good as the experts; but I think a monster hurricane will hit Texas or Florida with in the next 50 days.
All new and old adjusters try not to be cheated by the known and not surfac
Posted: 08/11/2007 12:20 PM Replies: 32
Any Different On Your Side Of The Fence?
Hi every one, i am new to the world of claims adjusting (1.5 years) and work daily claims only for a small IA. I have yet to work any cats, however i have been doing some marketing lately for other IA
Posted: 11/18/2007 2:45 PM Replies: 9
Red Flags / Uncooperative Insureds
Sandy was my first flood event, and what an event it has been!
I have an insured whose behavior has been questionable, to put it mildly. Sandy was his fourth loss that I am aware of.
Posted: 04/30/2013 5:43 AM Replies: 14
What happened to this roof?
Attached photo is from a 6 year old roof , which sustained minimal hail damage. This condition is not present throughout the entire structure. The structure is in Nebraska
Posted: 05/27/2008 9:37 AM Replies: 32