Displaying 1 - 5 of 5
Displaying 1 - 5 of 5
Stopping Lizard Brain Attacks

As a claims adjuster, have you ever had a situation where a claim was clearly defensible, yet have the case turn on a single bad deposition? Defense counsel tells you your witness was fully prepared and went into the deposition confident that the truth would not only bolster but strengthen your case. Yet afterwards you learn the witness ended up making admissions creating significant issues and problems for your case.

 Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Fighting Fraud with Metadata

Itís probably accurate to say that most adjusters and examiners have handled dubious property insurance claims. Questions frequently arise as to the true cause of losses, the extent of the alleged loss, the insuredís representations during the investigation as to ownership, and the documentation submitted in support of the claims.

 Thursday, January 5, 2017

Complexities of Biohazard Coverage

Fire, floods, and other natural disasters. As an insurance adjuster, these are the situations you are trained to respond to. But what happens when your client experiences a biohazard incident in their home?

 Sunday, August 14, 2016

Bogus Business Burglaries

Outwardly, it was the kind of firm pictured in business advertising: with smiling, uniformed employees posed next to new trucks parked in front of the firm's new plant. Business was about to increase substantially due to a contract with the U.S. Postal Service. How the insured acquired that contract was one of the many questions that arose following the loss.

 Sunday, August 14, 2016

Business Income Claims

Adjusting Business Income claims and calculation of the amount payable is typically considered difficult to understand and complex. When claims professional look for how-to information they discover it is hard to find. Yes - several books have been written on coverage, theories and principles but most fail to provide the step-by-step information.

 Sunday, August 14, 2016


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