Details the steps that an adjuster should take when handling an auto theft claim. It also contains links to other related forms such as a reservation of rights letter, a non-waiver agreement, and an investigating officer statement guideline.
Similar to form number 9221F, this checklist lists the steps that an adjuster should take when handling an auto theft claim.
A checklist of items that an adjuster would routinely collect during the investigation of an automobile accident.
List of steps to take when handling a claim that includes automobile repossession by a lienholder who reports damage to the vehicle.
Automobile Loss Notice form by ACORD.
Diminution in value is claimed when the value of a damaged, but repaired, item is less than the value before the loss. Subrogation professionals should be aware of when and how the laws of each state deal with diminution of value. This chart is a summary of how the first-party issue is treated in all 50 states.
The Red Flag checklist helps determine whether a rear-end collision may have been a staged accident; this maneuver is referred to as a swoop and squat crash by the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud. Claims with numerous red flags may need to be referred to the special investigations unit (SIU).
A checklist helpful for establishing whether an insured is dead or alive, with research techniques to identify motives in possible cases of life insurance fraud.
An itemized checklist detailing a homeowners possessions, useful when filing a claim or obtaining adequate coverage. Descriptions should include make and model or serial number, purchase date and price.