How to Get the Most Out of Your Plumbing Claim

Got water? Can’t figure out where it’s coming from? When you have a broken pipe or some form of supply to your plumbing system that ruptures beneath the slab, the plumber will need to create access, meaning a cut in a hole in the floor to get to that plumbing. How does my insurance company […]

Guaranteed Replacement Cost Insurance Claim

Do you have some knowledge of a feature that most Homeowners’ Policies contain? Based on the terms of the policy, I’m going to bet that you’ve already lost it, but I can help, and you can fix it!! Okay, so the endorsement for the guaranteed replacement cost goes by a few different titles. However, the […]

The Best Insurance Claims During Winter

The weather is dropping… Snow generally creates conditions for outdoor structures like swimming pools that can cause substantial damage. So, the weight of the snow itself on top of the covers can happen. Ice can affect pools, which can be a challenging coverage issue, but it can be related to cover damage, but it’s very […]

HO 3 Special Form vs Other Policy Coverages

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A big insurance secret… modified homeowner forms. These are policies that are not quite, well, what they used to be, they have been changed. And we want to let you know some of the little nuances that really caused these policies to be different than what we’ve learned or expected in the past. First, the […]

How To Submit a Claim for Water Damage 

Here’s a little secret, you don’t just want to file a claim for water damage… … You want the insurance company to pay for your water damage claim. The truth is… they want homeowners to comprehend the risks that are covered by their home insurance policy. But, It’s nearly impossible. How can the average person […]

Basic Procedures In Filing An Insurance Claim

The Basic procedures in filing an Insurance claim From the time you report your loss to the time your claim is resolved, there are a few basic steps for filing an insurance claim. Gather pertinent papers (think receipts, original invoices, and evidence of ownership). Gather images and narratives of the event or damage. Familiarize yourself […]

Texas Property & Casualty + All-Lines Adjuster Requirements

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Texas Adjusters: How To Become A Texas Property & Casualty Adjuster To become a Texas Property and Casualty adjuster or an All-Lines adjuster, you need to pass the Texas P&C Adjuster state exam. The pre-license exam is administered by Pearson VUE, a third-party company contracted by the state of Texas, and issued by the Texas […]

Entry-Level Claims Adjuster Resume… With Video Tips Inside

What Should An Entry-Level Claims Adjuster Resume Include? There are several things that should be included on an entry-level claims adjuster’s resume. First, is the title of the position. Next, is education. Then, experience. Finally, training. You want to make sure that everything is spelled correctly and has been done according to industry standards. If […]

Independent Claims Adjuster Fee Schedules: A Breakdown

Independent Claims Adjuster Fee Schedules: A Breakdown Independent claims adjuster fee schedules are documents that specify how much an insurance company will be charged for each claim for adjusting services. The insurance company is charged by the independent adjusting agency based on the indicated rates. The company then hires independent adjusters to finish the job. […]

Independent Adjusters vs Public Adjusters

Independent Adjuster vs Public Adjuster

Independent Adjusters vs Public Adjusters What’s the difference between independent adjusters and public adjusters? Who do they work for, and when does an insurance policy holder need an adjuster that works on their behalf? Independent Adjusters Adjusters are independent contractors that work for the insurance company. Insurance companies keep a roster of independent adjusters on […]