Financial worksheet for calculating a repair estimate, with one column to itemize losses, and 3 columns for replacement cost, depreciation, and actual cash value.
Financial worksheet for calculating a repair estimate, with one column to itemize losses, and 4 columns for replacement cost, quantity or age, depreciation, and actual cash value.
Generic form used by independent adjusters to acknowledge receipt of a property insurance claim, and provide a preliminary report to the insurance company.
This is an MS Word template letter to acknowledge notification of legal representation of a claimant. Most commonly used in PIP or bodily injury claims, where there is a potential for coverage dispute litigation.
An ACORD form for calculating the replacement cost of a residential dwelling using the Boeckh square foot method. This form is used by insurance agents to determine how much coverage should be written when an application is submitted, and by insurance claims adjusters after a loss when checking the adequacy of coverage per the coinsurance clause.
A list of ACORD forms used by insurance agents, with a link to purchase documents including personal property applications, schedules, loss notices, workers compensation forms, excess and surplus lines sections, and policy change requests.
This form is used by adjusters to list potentially substantial danaged structures in preparation for possible ICC claims. NOTE: This form is currently under review at the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and has expired effective April 30, 2017. However, OMB has authorized the continued use of the existing form, until the review process is complete. Upon OMB approval, FEMA will update this record with the new form.
Short form for reporting the current status of a claim. Typically used by an independent adjuster.
An invoice form used by independent adjusting firms that lists claims investigation expenses billable to the client insurance company.
Daily log to document adjuster activity on a specific claim.