Impact Claim Services was asked to contribute to this months edition of the Colorado Real Estate Journal, which is widely regarded as the leading trade publication of the Colorado Real Estate Professional Industry. We were asked to share some insight on An Insurance Company’s Right to Take Samples of Building Components Following a Loss. You may access the article here. And make sure to check out the Colorado Real Estate Journal. We hope you find […]
Impact Claim Services was asked to contribute to this months edition of the Common Interests Magazine, which is widely regarded as the leading trade publication of the Community Association Management Industry. We were asked to share some insight on The Anatomy of a Hail Claim. You may access the article here. And make sure to check out Common Interests Magazine and Community Association Institute. We hope you find it helpful!
Association management professionals are frequently called upon by their clients to assist in a variety of different projects and matters. These matters range from basic maintenance too complicated construction projects. While it has always been our Firms warning and positions that Association Managers should not expose themselves to the liability that comes with adjusting insurance claims on behalf of their clients, see our blog post, “Why an Association Manager Should Never Adjust a Client’s Insurance […]
One of the most common hurdles encountered in property insurance claims, is the pursuit of arriving at an agreed scope of damages, and the costs associated with the necessary repairs or replacement of damage property. When policyholders and insurance companies disagree on the cost of repairing or replacing damaged property, it is incredibly frustrating for policyholder. Often time’s policyholders feel they have no choice but to settle for the amount offered by the insurance company. […]
Most all Association Managers have experienced an insurance claim filed by their clients. No doubt in many cases this translated to additional responsibilities to these managers in an attempt to settle these claims on behalf of their clients. Which I presume resulted in varying degrees of success and stress in the process. There are several reasons why an association manager is wise not to represent or attempt to adjust, settle or negotiate a client’s insurance […]
Throughout my years in the insurance restoration business and as a public insurance adjuster there’s been one claims handling tactic utilized for insurance companies that I’ve always been very impress by. This subtle and effective tactic has been used to instill a sense of trust, confidence and ease to insured’s minds while saving insurance companies countless millions of dollars in claim payments. What is the tactic, reverse psychology? Fear? Threats? No much more effective, the […]