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!
Following the 6.2 magnitude earthquake in Italy this week, questions are being raised regarding the structural integrity and building practices too many of the structures in the affected areas. While the affected area is historical in nature, and certainly would have contributed to extent of the damages and susceptibility to damage of the regions properties; questions are being raised as to the regions construction practices. In a USA Today article released this week, questions are […]
In a post by the Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog in May of 2015, Merlin Law Group Attorney Robert Trauttman, Esq. discusses one of the benefits of having a Public Insurance Adjuster representing policyholders at the outset of their claims. The video addresses the benefits of having a Public Adjuster at the beginning of your claim to assist in guiding the Insurer to set proper reserves. We wanted to share a link to the video, […]
When policyholders encounter a property claim denial, or claim determination that they feel to be inconsistent with their expectations of coverage, they generally believe their only option is to turn to an attorney to resolve the issues. In my experience, this is generally a result of policyholder’s lack of awareness of the existence of Licensed Public Insurance Adjusters, and the role they serve in the claims process. I commonly am asked whether a policyholder should […]
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 […]