This form is used by adjusters to list potentially substantial damaged structures in preparation for possible ICC claims.
A tracking map for tropical storms and hurricanes impacting the Southeastern United States from the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico.
A sample California Earthquake Authority (CEA) policy which provides basic earthquake coverage for homeowners. Sold and serviced by participating insurance companies.
A California Earthquake Authority (CEA) sample policy which provides basic earthquake coverage for renters. Sold and serviced by participating insurance companies.
Form used to calculate building repair costs, which includes replacement and actual cash value appraisal of the damaged property, and an itemized list of building materials, quantities, and labor.
This Business Interruption Handbook was developed by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and by Pricewaterhouse Coopers' Business Interruption specialists to guide a claimant through the process of preparing and filing a business interruption claim under the Cerro Grande Fire Assistance Act. Useful in handling all non-Cerro Grande business interruption claims as well.
The California Earthquake Authority (CEA) claim manual is designed to assist claim representatives in the investigation and settlement of earthquake claims.
The latest reports, market news, and industry intelligence on litigation, regulation, emerging risks, natural catastrophes and reinsurance issues as they relate to casualty claims worldwide.
The adjuster uses this form to identify potentially responsible third parties and their actions that may have caused worsened flood damage. This includes looking at foundation grading and adequacy of sewer lines.