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Insurance Adjuster-What You Should Know

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 Lora Davis (October 15, 2017)  The main duty of an insurance adjustor is to find out what the exact compensation is that should be paid to the policy holders. Most insurance adjusters work in large property-liability insurance companies but there are some that are employed by insurance agencies, banks, etc. Their job is done in the office and on-the-field. They may work in the field of car accidents, property damage, . (Personal Property)

In The Event Of Storm Damage to Your Roof

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 Lora Davis (September 08, 2016)  May be you live in a locality where storms are a common occurrence and they are such that they can cause considerable damage when they occur; many times you want to be sure that when you make a commercial roof damage insurance claim that your insurer is going to honor it. This is normally a major concern for those people who live in areas that are known to be frequented by hurricanes, .. (Personal Property)

How to Get a Generous Payout after Hail Damage

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 Lora Davis (August 06, 2016)  When you have experienced severe hail damage in San Antonio to your home’s roofing or siding; you are almost sure that your homeowners insurance will pay your claim and give you enough cash that will enable to do repairs or even replace the entire roof. The biggest problem is the most homeowners don’t even know the correct steps to follow so as to ensure that they end up .. (Personal Property)

How to Negotiate With an Insurance Adjuster

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 Lora Davis (July 11, 2016)  If you get involved in any form of accident and get a personal injury, there are all chances that you will get a call or a visit from an insurance adjuster; the first thing that you are going to remember is that you will not allow any kind of recording of your conversation. This is an extremely import rule because anything you say to the insurance adjuster can and will most definitely .. (Personal Property)

When To Make A Property Damage Claim

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 Kamil Jain (April 04, 2016)  For anyone who has a property, among the first things that they want to think about is getting the right insurance policy for their property; this is the best thing for anyone to do so they can offset any risks that are usually associated with property damage claims. There are many different ways that properties can get damaged; the worst part of it is the fact that any such damage will . (Personal Property)

Camera Insurance – A Must Have for Professional Photographers

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 Philip Knight (January 05, 2013)  Cameras are essential tools for professional photographers to perform their job. A small malfunction or loss of any of the photographic equipment could potentially cause business interruption and financial burden. For a semi-professional or an amateur, cameras are expensive gadgets to replace. Purchasing insurance before the worst happens is a sensible decision for photographers. This .. (Personal Property)

Car Insurance: Get Best & Affordable Car Insurance

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 Alfie Leo (March 30, 2012)  Now-a-days, car insurance is much important if you have car as best car insurance protects your car from any inconvenience such as accident, theft and more. You also have to take care that you purchase car insurance that protects your car completely and offers you lots of benefits. Having car insurance is mandatory and it is a legal requirement of driving. It is one of type of insurance . (Personal Property)

Obtaining Credited Repayment by Integrating a Extensive PPI Claim

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 Donald Krups (August 30, 2011)  In most cases, PPI is undoubtedly provided to people who precisely plan to be able to get loans, mortgage and credit cards coming from several finance institutions. PPI is fundamentally an acronym that basically stands for Payment Protection Insurance as well as is an insurance coverage meant to respond as a form of help should virtually any regrettable situation come up which hampers .. (Personal Property)

Do You Need Touring Caravan Insurance?

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 Jenny Pilley (August 15, 2011)  Your caravan holiday is a time to relax, but unfortunately sometimes the peace of your time away can be disrupted by circumstances which are beyond your control. One thing that you can control is how you and your family are taken care of should the worst happen, and the best way to ensure that you can get back on the road as soon as possible is to take out touring caravan insurance. You . (Personal Property)

Insurance for Second Hand Caravans

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 Jenny Pilley (July 06, 2011)  As the school summer holidays are fast approaching, families up and down the country will be contemplating where to go for this year’s summer holidays. As finances are still tight for many, an increasing number will be considering the prospect of holidaying in this country with one of the most cost effective means of having a great holiday being to stay in a caravan. Static .. (Personal Property)

Home Insurance for Property Owners

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 Jenny Pilley (November 22, 2010)  Recent statistics show that since 1995 there has been a decrease of home burglaries of just under 60%. However, this still leaves 40% of homeowners who are targeted by a would-be criminal. Add to these statistics the 2million plus households within the UK that are at risk of being damaged by floods as the winter weather tightens its grip on the UK each year, and the figures add up as to . (Personal Property)

Home Contents Insurance Quote Part III

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 Samuel Hoban (September 30, 2010)  One of the dreams of everyone is to own a home for himself. An area where he can yield amidst calmness and recharge his batteries for the yob battle that lies ascending. However, this is a costly fantasy only because the outgo implicated in fulfilling this phantasm is vast. It is because of this that for more crosswise UK it is one envisage that can be realized exclusive if one opts for . (Personal Property)

The Earthquake in Canada: Be Ready for the Next One

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 Lorne Marr (July 28, 2010)  South eastern Ontario and parts of Quebec were struck by an earthquake earlier this year. Did you experience it? The damage by good fortune wasn't too bad even though it hit 5 on the Richter Scale according to the US Geological Survey. The centre of the earthquake was 61 km north of Ottawa. As accounts came in, many people spoke of a gradual rumbling which increased in intensity, a .. (Personal Property)

What Does Office Insurance Cover?

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 Jenny Pilley (June 21, 2010)  When starting up a new business there are so many legal and financial considerations to take in to account. With so many things to pay for in the initial stages, it can be tempting to neglect investing in office insurance. However by remaining appraised of what is actually covered in a policy through a specialist broker, businesses can make an informed decision. For established office .. (Personal Property)

About Public Liability Insurance

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 Jenny Pilley (May 20, 2010)  Most of us are aware of the types of insurance that are available, those that we are legally required to invest in and those that we are advised to purchase for our own peace of mind. Yet, there are some little known policies that really could make a big difference to an individual’s personal and professional life. For example, if you were a business owner and one of your .. (Personal Property)

Have Your House Contents Covered

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 Adam R. Singleton (April 08, 2009)  Home contents insurance is one of the most widely purchased forms of UK insurance policy; covering many risks from around the home, so many in fact that often people are simply unaware of the level of cover they have purchased. Therefore, they may end up buying unnecessary and sometimes expensive additional insurances, while being blissfully unaware that they are already covered under .. (Personal Property)

Ensure Your Priceless Finds are Safe at Home

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 Adam R. Singleton (March 26, 2009)  Thousands of people around the world are committed to collecting objects that they are passionate about. Whether they're collecting coins, model cars, or antique furniture, collectors all have a passion for their items - but many aren't keeping them safe enough. When it comes to keeping your collectibles safe and insured, there are plenty of steps you can take to ensure those special .. (Personal Property)

Mobile Phone Insurance - What's the Benefits?

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 Norman A Bates (November 24, 2008)  Theft of Mobile phones is on the rise and the more popular mobile phones are becoming the more theft that will occur. Now manufactures of mobile phones are releasing new better models which of course will cost more. Therefore we are at greater risk if we don't get mobile phone insurance. Here is a few benefits of mobile insurance: 1. Hand phone can be repaired and replaced at no extra .. (Personal Property)

Mobile Phone Insurance Becomes Increasingly Important

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 Norman A Bates (November 24, 2008)  Gone have the days of just sending and receiving calls, mobile phones have become very sophisticated and have the latest technology available. Their demand has increased no end over the last few years and the next few years will continue in the same way. The newer phones on the market have increased in price due the added technology, hence the cost of losing or damaging your mobile .. (Personal Property)

Are You Insured For Life on a Bike?

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 Alex Gregory (November 19, 2008)  While riding a bicycle is certainly cost-effective - it can save you around £33.70 a week - there is the added benefit of personal fitness and helping the environment. Unfortunately however, more than 1,200 bicycles are stolen in the UK every day, which makes insurance vital. If you want to protect your new mode of transport you'll need to check your home insurance policy and see what . (Personal Property)

Choosing Contents Cover the Easy Way

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 David H Thomson (November 19, 2008)  Taking out contents cover for your possessions is essential as without it you could lose everything if the worst case scenario arose and you had to replace everything in your home. If you want to make some of the best savings on covering the contents of your home then you can let a specialist broker search on your behalf for the cheapest premiums. The cost of covering your home .. (Personal Property)

Home Inventory - Not Just For Your Home

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 Cindy Hartman (November 15, 2008)  The term “home inventory" can be misleading. It is commonly used to talk about “personal property" whether in the home or elsewhere. There are home inventory service providers who document the contents of houses, mainly for the purpose of maximizing an insurance claim. However, some of these service providers also provide inventories of the assets in businesses, storage .. (Personal Property)

So You Don't Think You Own Enough to Bother With an Inventory?

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 Cindy Hartman (November 08, 2008)  It is so important to have an inventory of your personal property. People who don't have a lot of fine art, collectibles or expensive, high-end electronics often think they don't have enough to warrant an inventory. You'll see it's well worth your time or money to have this information available in case you have a fire, theft, or natural disaster. First, why do you have insurance? .. (Personal Property)

Insurance - Cash Value Or Replacement Cost

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 Cindy Hartman (November 08, 2008)  Ask 10 people which coverage they have, and 5 will probably say they don't know. If you are one of the latter, read your policy or call your insurance agent to determine whether you have cash value or replacement cost coverage. Payment from the insurance company will vary widely between the two. No matter what type of insurance you have, if you can provide a list and photographs .. (Personal Property)

Personal Property Insurance - Are You Properly Insured?

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 Cindy Hartman (November 08, 2008)  Homeowner's insurance policies are based on the value of the structure. It's quite simple to determine what the amount should be for the structure. But how do you know if your contents are properly insured? Most insurance companies base the personal property (contents or possessions) coverage on a certain percentage of the amount for which your home is covered. That number is typically .. (Personal Property)

Catastrophes and Disasters - Prevent, Protect and Recover

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 Cindy Hartman (November 07, 2008)  Catastrophes are any misfortune, mishap, or failure and disasters are calamitous events, occurring suddenly and causing great loss of life, damage, or hardship (dictionary definition. Whatever we call them, when a flood, fire, tornado, hurricane or theft occurs, it can cause major financial loss. You never know when something is going to happen, and rarely is anyone completely .. (Personal Property)

Home Inventory Service - What is the ROI?

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 Cindy Hartman (November 07, 2008)  How often have you thought about hiring an inventory service, but felt you couldn't justify the Return on Investment (ROI)? This service is something few like to think about, because many feel that “it" will never happen to them. Many of these same people believe it's a waste of money to pay for insurance because they don't see anything coming back, only money going out. But ask .. (Personal Property)

Personal Property Insurance - Myths and Realities

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 Cindy Hartman (November 07, 2008)  I continually hear the same questions or statements when discussing why people need an inventory. We all agree (unfortunately) that an insurance policy reads as easily as any other legal document! This, of course, is the source of not being able to understand your coverage. So I'm here to dispel some of the most common myths, or misunderstandings, regarding personal property insurance. . (Personal Property)

Personal Injury Claim Solicitors!

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 Uday Yadav (November 06, 2008)  Doing some research will help you make a claim for a personal injury suffered quickly. If you have a prior knowledge as to what a personal injury means, you can make a claim easily. A team of Personal injury claim solicitors can help you with the claims procedure. They will guide you on what grounds you can make a claim for the wrongdoing. Some of the more serious personal injuries .. (Personal Property)

Personal Injury Claims Expert!

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 Uday Yadav (November 06, 2008)  Personal injuries are those which arise from car accidents, exposure to hazardous products or items like asbestos, exposure to medication that cause damage to the individual, medical malpractice, and acts including wrongful death. In case, you have been a victim of a personal injury, you can certainly make a claim for it. There are numerous personal injury claim experts who are more .. (Personal Property)

Personal Injury Claims Advice and Information!

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 Uday Yadav (November 06, 2008)  For any kind of personal injuries suffered due to the negligence of someone, you can certainly make a claim. If you can prove that the injury has resulted due to the fault of someone, you can easily seek compensation. Besides, the injuries, you can also get compensated for the psychological distress, post traumatic stress disorder, or to a much lesser extent anxiety e. g. fear of .. (Personal Property)

Top Reasons To Get Boat Insurance Coverage

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 Abhishek Agarwal (November 06, 2008)  These days it's not only fisherman who take an interest in boating. The upper echelon of society don't just drive around in fancy cars and own fabulous mansions, rather to further emphasize their social standing the millionaires of today spend freely to own their very own luxury yachts and such. Though any boat owner, regardless of his reasons for having one, needs to keep in mind the .. (Personal Property)

Crime Victims Feel Anger, Outrage

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 Cindy Hartman (October 23, 2008)  Property crimes make up an overwhelming majority of all crimes. Homes and businesses are equally susceptible to the attention of thieves. And mostly these crimes happen when you aren't there. An overwhelming number of residential burglaries happen during the day when you are at work. And, of course, businesses are most often burglarized after normal business hours. There are few things . (Personal Property)

Preserving the Value in Your Valuables

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 Christy Perry (October 20, 2008)  Your new engagement and wedding rings are beautiful, and your husband paid dearly for them. You got a new big-screen plasma television for Christmas, with a home theater system. You bought a new computer so that you can play the latest games (and maybe use it for your finances, too). These are all major purchases, and they are things of which you are proud. And you should be! But .. (Personal Property)

Insurance and Your Claim - Will They Pay For It?

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 Mark Decherd (October 10, 2008)  You've poured over your policy wondering, “Will my insurance company pay for repairs?" Insurance policies are complicated and filled with jargon that's often difficult for the policyholder to understand. Even if you understood what the terms used actually mean, policies are also loaded with exceptions and exclusions. By the time you've read the policy from cover to cover, you're .. (Personal Property)

Home Contents Insurance - Protect Your Treasured Possessions

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 Emeka Ezidiegwu (October 10, 2008)  Chances are that you already carry homeowners insurance to cover the structure of your home. That policy may even cover some of the contents of your home. But have you considered that without specific home contents insurance, you may find yourself without enough money to replace your treasured possessions should catastrophe strike. You have spent many years and many more dollars to .. (Personal Property)

Should You Cancel Your Home Building Insurance?

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 Colin Warburton (October 09, 2008)  Only if you are going to take out alternative cover! It is very risky not having home building insurance. There are two main reasons. Firstly, if you have a mortgage you have to have it. Secondly, you will have to be pretty well off to be able to re-build the house in the event of a catastrophe. Don't forget, nobody thinks it will happen to them. What does buildings insurance cover? .. (Personal Property)

Home Contents Insurance

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 Brigitta Schwulst (October 09, 2008)  Home contents insurance is insurance that covers your belongings, other than your house, in the case of fire, theft or damage (depending on your particular policy - of course). If you think you don't need home contents insurance, then take a walk through your living room and just add up all those items that make your life good and then calculate how much it would cost you to replace .. (Personal Property)

Water Damage Restoration and Your Insurance Company

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 Mark Decherd (September 20, 2008)  Whether your water heater fell over, the kids forgot to turn off the bathtub faucet, the normally serene river down the road has burst its bank, or a 24-foot storm surge has wiped out your home, water damage happens. In fact, that's why many homeowners carry insurance - to protect their homes from unpredictable catastrophes. Unfortunately, one man's catastrophe is another man's .. (Personal Property)

Get Insurance Smart When Buying a 'Smart' Phone!

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 Adam Singleton (September 08, 2008)  Perform a cursory check on the internet and you'll find a proliferation of gadget websites that aim to marry excited ‘girls and boys’ to all the ‘latest toys’. All the latest ‘must-have’ items are proudly displayed online where people ‘virtually’ queue to buy them. But the trouble with gadgets, especially if they are new to the market, is .. (Personal Property)

Benefits of Insuring Your Car Stereo

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 Victor Epand (August 19, 2008)  Security is a keyword for every man and by far an important assertion. Keeping your eyes wide open is essential for ensuring security. The word secure has two aspects, being alert and being aware. These two can only keep things safe for you. Insuring oneself is indispensable today. So is insuring your car. The car insurance conditions vary widely. It differs according to the type of .. (Personal Property)

Pedal Power Rules - Just Make Sure You're Insured

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 Paul Mcindoe (August 11, 2008)  With the rise in environmental awareness and the need to maintain a healthy body, owning a bicycle has never been more popular. Indeed, according to the latest statistics, there are now over 23 million cycles in the UK, with around 60 per cent of those being used for commuting or professional purposes. And, with the generally high costs of operating a car, coupled with spiralling fuel .. (Personal Property)

How to Use Insurance to Protect Your Mobile Phone

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 Simon Christopher (July 25, 2008)  It's nice to get a bargain, especially when that bargain is able to offer real peace of mind. Mobile phone insurance provides exactly that. Priced to be affordable to most budgets, mobile phone cover provides the security of knowing that those all too typical mobile phone mishaps - loss, theft, damage, etc - will not result in having to spend a lot of money at a financially .. (Personal Property)

Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs What Will Your Insurance Policy Pay When You Break a CFL Bulb?

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 Russell Longcore (July 12, 2008)  Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFL). . . Everybody's singing the praises of this new technology. And for good reason. . . they save tons of electricity. But what happens if one breaks inside your house or business? My opinion is that most people will simply sweep up the mess and not give it much thought. But there is a BIG, dangerous component in a bulb called Mercury, and mercury is . (Personal Property)

Get Insured to Cycle Your Way to Savings

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 Alex Gregory (July 09, 2008)  Bicycles have emerged as an alternative to motoring with fuel prices rising steeply across the country. However, if you choose to take to the saddle rather than sit behind the wheel of a car you should ensure you have suitable home insurance in place. Choosing a bike instead of a car can save a significant amount of cash - no petrol to pay for, no road tax, no congestion charges and no . (Personal Property)

How to Protect Yourself From Laptop Theft

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 David Lakins (June 24, 2008)  For most people owning a laptop is all about convenience. Being able to sit where your want to work, wander around from office to office, sit in front of the television or even browse the web in bed are the reasons why laptops have become so popular. It has also become much more than a work tool. For many people it is the place where you keep all the things that are important to you: .. (Personal Property)

Insurance Land Surveyor

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 Anthony Thedford (June 24, 2008)  Land is considered as one of the priceless possessions that you can have in this earth. Ever since, land has this concept of being sacred and beyond the control of those who do not own it. While land before were free for use of the inhabitants, the population has tremendously increased such that most the lands now for public disposal are either occupied or titled. People who possess .. (Personal Property)

St Croix Why You Need Title Insurance

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 Kim Lucas (June 23, 2008)  Many folks do not understand why they need a title search or title insurance. The following information addresses what a title search does and what the insurance protects, and was provided by the folks at Island Title Services Corp. here in St. Croix. I hope you will find it helpful. "A title search is the process of determining from the public record just what the rights of a property . (Personal Property)

Protect Your Belongings With House Contents Insurance

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 David H Thomson (June 21, 2008)  House contents insurance is something every homeowner should have. This is an insurance policy that can be taken out to insure the items you have built up over the years in your home in case they should be destroyed, damaged or stolen. In general anything that you could pick up and take with you would be covered in this type of policy but you do have to check the terms and conditions as . (Personal Property)

Will Your Mobile Phone Insurance Leave You On Hold?

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 Simon Christopher (April 04, 2008)  It's never fun to be left waiting on hold, but it's even less fun when you're waiting for your mobile insurance provider to settle your claim. If your phone goes missing or is damaged, you want a replacement mobile now if not sooner. Good mobile phone insurance can help there - but how do you choose the best cover without spending more than you should? Why You Might Need Mobile Phone .. (Personal Property)




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