Understanding Your Low Insurance Claim Settlement

A lower-than-expected reimbursement from the insurance company is more common than you may think. The truth is, insurance companies are…

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Insurance Requirements for Your State

The importance of keeping up with a quality home insurance policy goes beyond just protecting your valuable home and the…

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When to Update Your Insurance Coverage

The best defense in the home insurance game involves proactive planning and thoughtful coverage adjustments. Having the proper coverage in…

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Consumer Advocate for Insurance Claims

Have you experienced property damage, loss, or an underpayment/denial from the insurance company? The insurance company has one goal in…

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Why Did the Insurance Company Put My Mortgage Company on the Check?

When you go through a lender to secure a home mortgage, the mortgage company has an equal interest in preserving…

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How Are Insurance Appraisals Impacted by the Federal Arbitration Act

n home insurance policies, the addition of an arbitration clause is on the rise. This creates a potential hurdle for many insurance adjusters because the traditional appraisal process is not the same as arbitration.

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My Insurance Company Won’t Pay, How a Public Adjuster Can Help

If you’re among the millions of Americans that have insurance claims denied every year, there’s still hope to receive the…

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How to Recover Depreciation

If you’ve recently filed a claim with your insurance company following a disaster, theft, or property damage, it’s possible to…

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