Things You Need to Know When Presenting an Insurance Claim in a Catastrophe

A catastrophe is an event that causes substantial damage to homes and property. A catastrophe could be a fire, storm, flood, earthquake, hurricane or man-made disasters such as terrorism. If a catastrophe occurs and your house happens to be one of its casualties, you can be compensated for its damage or loss if your house…

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A Practical Approach for Filing a Vehicular Insurance Claim

Filing an insurance claim is the first step you need to make in order to be compensated for your medical expenses, lost earnings and other damages caused by the incident. If you sustain injuries resulting from an accident, you are entitled to file an insurance claim either with your own insurer or the insurance company…

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How to Prevent Product Liability Risks

Every year, millions of dollars worth in property damage, serious injuries and business disruptions are caused by products that are defective, unstable, faulty or misused due to incorrect labels and instructions. The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission has an updated and comprehensive list of injuries and deaths due to anything from televisions, furniture, appliances,…

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What Does A Claims Management Company Do?

Damage to property or injury is a normal possibility associated with our daily activities as we go about our business. You may inadvertently cause damage to somebody’s property, or find that someone is causing damage to your own property. It’s a good thing that most possessions today are covered by insurance. When this happens, your…

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4 Reasons Why You Should Hire A Property Claims Management Company

Property damage due to natural catastrophes and accidents is a major expense and it takes a heavy toll on your family and personal well-being, not to mention finances. If you are smart and well-prepared, then your property is most-likely covered by insurance. If any property damage that occurred was caused by specific events and instances…

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