flood insurance: Condo Flood Disaster (Part 2) - 05/23/12 03:33 PM
  Here is the second part of the flood disaster I outlined in previous article. This part will focus more on the remediation process that had to take place. It was a timely process, and the family was definitely put through a lot as well. In the end though they pulled through great and were able to happily move back into their homes.
  As I proceeded with getting the home owners moved into a hotel, I discovered that returning all five condos back to normal status would be a battle that was going to be more difficult than any other … (2 comments)

flood insurance: Will My Insurance Company Drop Me If I File this Claim? - 04/18/12 03:23 PM
 This is a thought that has gone through most of our minds. I know it has mine, when I have filed a claim. This is a legitimate fear that comes with filing an insurance claim; for either your Auto or Homeowner’s Policy. Unfortunately, there is no hard and fast rule to figure out if you will be dropped. However, what I can do is share my experiences with you to help you make a decision.  First and foremost, we buy insurance to protect ourselves and our families for the “what if’s” in life. Insurance exists for life’s risks, to help us … (2 comments)

flood insurance: Is My Insurance Company Trying to Cheat Me? - 03/24/12 01:15 PM
Let’s be honest, anyone who has had an insurance claim has had this or a similar thought run through their head. For many years insurance companies have done things to earn a bad rep. I’ve been in the insurance restoration industry for the last 10 years, and during this time I can honestly say that I have rarely met an adjuster or contractor that wanted to skimp on the settlement. The few times I’ve seen this is when the policyholder has been extremely difficult to work with.  Yes, bad estimates happen, however, most of the time the feeling of being “shorted … (1 comments)

flood insurance: Does your flood insurance cover everything? - 02/27/12 09:54 AM
Recently the area of the country I live in his had an abundance of rainfall.  Because of unexpected growth and careless city planning, there are certain city streets and whole neighborhoods that become completely flooded each time it rains.  The aftermath of the flooding is terrible.  The basic structure of many homes and other buildings is compromised.  Some have to be torn down and completely rebuilt.  Others, where the damage seems not to be as severe, require lengthy and expensive reclamation.  Most people focus on getting their homes or businesses back to a livable condition so that they can continue on … (0 comments)

 
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