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Articles tagged 'estimates'


Experiences from Louisiana, 2016

Mike Hearn | September 1, 2016

Catastrophic weather events, by their very nature, cause severe damage and displace families. The recent flooding in Louisiana was no exception to this unfortunate rule. I was ...

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The Louisiana Floods of 2016

Brett Goldberg | August 19, 2016

Our eyes have been glued to screens this week learning about the Louisiana Flooding of last weekend. The Red Cross is calling the event the worst US disaster since 2012 when Hu...

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Why the Inspection Report Matters

Brett Goldberg | June 16, 2016

Back in the mid 1990s, property inspectors started performing their job function with a clipboard, graph paper, forms, digital cameras, measuring tools and a ladder for exterior...

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Clipboards to Drones *Cough*

Adjuster Dave | February 9, 2016

Let’s be honest, what’s not cool about drones? As someone who religiously follows all technology and more specifically P&C related innovation projects, I’m extremely excit...

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Inspecting the Carolina's Flood Damage

Adjuster Dave | October 13, 2015

After days of massive rainfall, residents of the Carolinas are now faced with the reality of the devastation caused by more than two feet of rainfall over a four day period. Ac...

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Eliminate Subsequent Inspections

Adjuster Dave | July 14, 2015

What do large insurance carriers, small mutual carriers, medium-sized adjusting firms, behemoth restoration firms, and sole proprietor roofing companies all have in common? THE...

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