4 Ways to Get the Most from Your Homeowners Insurance Claim

When your residential property is damaged by a fire, wind, water or other disaster, the burden of proof to prove your loss falls on you, the policyholder. It’s also up to you to manage your claim and make sure you’re fully compensated for everything you are entitled... read more

What to do When Your Homeowners Insurance Claim is Denied

Homeowners insurance claims are denied every day — sometimes legitimately, sometimes in error, and sometimes for reasons no one understands. If you’ve suffered an insured property loss, and your insurance company denied your claim, there are steps you can take to... read more

What Is a Public Adjuster?

There is an old saying, “You don’t know what you don’t know.” This is especially true when it comes to handling an insurance claim after a disaster strikes your home or business. While almost everyone has property insurance, a majority of people do not understand... read more

Suffered Damage to Your Home?

Tips to help inventory your possessions. When a disaster strikes your home, you do not have time to waste before starting the recovery process. Before you can file your insurance claim, you must fully document and inventory all of your damaged belongings. Very few... read more

Questions to Ask Your Insurer After a Disaster

When faced with an insurance claim, just like you, many home and business owners have questions. How do I estimate my loss? Will I recover enough to rebuild? Can I do this myself? The insurance claims process (especially if this is your first claim) can become time... read more

Public Adjusters vs. Independent Adjusters

If you have suffered significant damage to your home or business, you will quickly need to become familiar with the insurance claim process. As the policyholder, the first step in this process may be to identify whom you can hire to represent you. An ‘independent... read more

How to Prevent a Fire in Your Home or Business

Here are five tips to keep you, your family, and colleagues safe from a fire: 1. Be Alert When Cooking. Unattended cooking practices are the most prevalent cause of fires in homes according to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). When cooking, be sure to... read more