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Quality Claims Management Releases Insurance Tips for Hurricane Victims

What Should You Do If Your Home Was Destroyed or Severely Damaged? Hurricane Irene tore up the Eastern US coast. What should these storm victims do after the wind and water subside and the insurance companies move in?

 
PRLog - Aug. 30, 2011 - Quality Claims Management Releases Insurance Tips for Hurricane Victims

What Should You Do If Your Home Was Destroyed or Severely Damaged?


Aug 30, 2011 - San Diego, CA - Quality Claims Management (http://www.qualityclaims.com) provides these important tips for homeowners and business owners who experience a hurricane disaster. If you have lost your home, or have experienced serious damage, read this before you sign anything your insurance company puts in front of you.

"Hurricane Irene has torn up the Eastern US coast and millions of homeowners experienced severe wind and flood damage," says Ronald R. Reitz, First Vice President of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters. "What should these storm victims do after the wind and water subside and the insurance companies move in?"

Before accepting any offer from an insurer, storm victims need be sure that the offer has been reviewed and analyzed against the insurance policy so that they know ALL insurable damage has been included and adequately addressed.

While storm victims may believe that the fastest resolution of their claim is best -- it often is not best for the insured. Claims take a long time to settle. The more time and effort spent valuing the claim, the higher the ultimate settlement will be.

The insurer will have a team of adjusters that will read and interpret the language of the policy as they believe it to be. There is a natural conflict of interest for the insurer to represent the insured as well as themselves. It makes sense then for storm victims to hire a licensed public insurance adjuster that will work on their behalf with a goal of settling for the maximum they are entitled to under the terms of their insurance policy.

How to select a public insurance adjuster?  First and foremost, storm victims should only talk to a firm that adheres to and operates under a strict Code of Professional Conduct -- such as that of the National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (http://www.napia.com). Check to verify that the firm and the individuals are licensed.
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About Quality Claims Management Corporation

Quality Claims provides hazard claim recovery services to investors, mortgage servicers, homeowners and businesses nationwide. Quality Claims is nationally licensed as Public Insurance Adjusters or Insurance Consultants and complies with Department of Insurance Regulations. Contact Quality Claims Management at (866) 450-1183 or http://www.qualityclaims.com.

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About Quality Claims Management Corporation

Quality Claims provides hazard claim recovery services to investors, mortgage servicers, homeowners and businesses nationwide. Quality Claims is nationally licensed as Public Insurance Adjusters or Insurance Consultants and complies with Department of Insurance Regulations. Contact Quality Claims Management at (866) 450-1183 or http://www.qualityclaims.com.

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