Latest Public Adjuster News
This edition compares business interruption insurance coverage available in response to COVID-19 and vandalism. This should be of particular interest to those with potential business interruption claims, as recent events continue to bring new questions to light for companies.
New Adjusting Today Released! “Flooding: Everyone is Exposed, Few Are Insured, But New Options Entice”
In our 61st edition of Adjusting Today, “Flooding: Everyone is Exposed, Few Are Insured, But New Options Entice,” Author Joseph Harrington, CPCU, ARP explains that while the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) continues to be a viable option, the availability of coverage from private insurers is growing.
New Adjusting Today Article Released – “Valuable Papers and Records Coverage: Its Role in the Age of ‘the Cloud’”
Joseph S. Harrington, CPCU, ARP, insurance author and returning writer for Adjusting Today, gives an in-depth overview of valuable papers and records coverage, as well as the overlap between traditional insurance policies and coverage for electronic record losses. He goes on to describe why most companies should consider utilizing both.
If you have property damage from the Kincade Fire in Sonoma County, contact our licensed public insurance adjusters for immediate fire claim guidance.