The Essentials Concerning Insurance Claims

Several months later, the insurer sought to recover the money (Nationwide v. Kasey McDermott) it paid after it found out that the fire was caused by her live-in boyfriend who operated a butane honey oil lab in the basement to create a concentrated form of marijuana for his patients. The fire was caused when he lit a sample for himself. Nationwide argued several grounds for denying the claim including that the manufacturing facility in the home was illegal, that the insured misrepresented the use of the property, that it fell under the increased hazard and intentional acts exclusions, and that

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2017-04-23 / Posted in

A Look Around Public Adjusters

(AP Photo/John Bazemore) Of the $172.1 million paid to the state in insurance claims settled by the National Flood Insurance Program since Hurricane Matthew, just over $81.1 million has come to St. Johns County. Thats around 47 percent of the total figure a percentage in keeping with other sources of aid flowing to the county in the wake of the storm that brought severe beach erosion to the region along with heavy flooding in a number of county neighborhoods. See Also The Federal Emergency Management Agency along with the State Emergency Response Team released statewide numbers for various

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2017-04-14 / Posted in

Insurance Claims Help Comment

According to the letter, Land of Lincoln members may file claims if they met their deductibles and out-of-pocket expense payments but then had to pay money toward new deductibles and out-of-pocket expenses under new insurance plans after Land of Lincoln closed. The Republican health care bill remained in shambles Thursday as House leaders threw up their hands and sent lawmakers home for a two-week recess. GOP chiefs announced a modest amendment to curb premium increases, but internal divisions still blocked their promised repeal of former President Barack... The Republican health care bill

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2017-04-12 / Posted in

Evaluation|about Loss Assessors

(Photo: WFAA) CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN GOOGLE+ PINTEREST HICKORY CREEK, TEXAS - Rodney Barton and his wife Cathy were at home watching TV when Sundays storm rolled in just after 8 p.m. A lot of noise. It was not intense, just like somebody throwing baseballs at the roof, Rodney said. It sounded like a lot of hail. Probably a lot of it was small enough it didnt do a lot of damage. But a lot of that hail did do some damage. Both the windshield and rear window on their new car was cracked and broken by tennis-ball-size hail. The roof of their house also took a beating. Not one, but two, State Farm

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2017-04-05 / Posted in