The FEMA Preliminary Report form is used by an adjuster to initially document a property loss insured under the National Flood Insurance Plan.
This form is used by adjusters to document the overall flood damages to the insured's property and provide a detailed summary of the claims information.
The adjuster uses this form to report information in narrative format that is necessary to document the claim that's not provided in the Preliminary or Final Report.
This form is used by adjusters to list potentially substantial damaged structures in preparation for possible ICC claims.
This form is used to collect information from individuals seeking to become certified flood adjusters.
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.
This form provides FEMA with information regarding substantial damage, mitigation measures, repetitive loss and cost associated with compliance to floodplain management ordinances.
The NFIP Adjuster Claims Manual Part IV contains claims forms.