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Edward Eshoo Jr., Esq.

Mr. Eshoo is a lawyer with the Merlin Law Group. Since 1990 he has dedicated his practice to assisting policyholders with their insurance claims. He has successfully coordinated the investigation of over 1,000 claims involving insurance recovery and related litigation. He has negotiated, adjusted and/or tried first-party and third- party claims from causes ranging from fire, explosion, tornado, hurricane, hail, theft, vandalism, frozen plumbing/water damage and mold, to defective construction and construction products.

Adjusting Today Basis for Institutes CE Courses

The Institutes, the leader in providing knowledge solutions for risk management and the property/casualty insurance industry, offers continuing education courses based on technical information compiled from issues of Adjusting Today . The courses — “Valuing a Property Insurance Claim” and “Natural Disasters: Coverage Issues”— include seven modules each and are approved for credit by insurance departments in most states. They are offered to property insurance producers, adjusters or both, depending on the state, for up to three continuing education credit hours per course. More information is available at


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