Monthly Archives: February 2013

Investigating Flood Losses – A Staged Approach

So how can an insurance professional, risk manager, general adjuster, and asset manager make an informed decision regarding investigating a flood claim? Assuming that there is insurance coverage and that a claim will be paid, which of the thousands of

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New Jersey Court Reinforces Public Adjuster’s Fee as Non-Recoverable Element of Insured’s Damage

               The United States District Court for the District of New Jersey recently reinforced that a public adjuster’s fee is not a recoverable element of an insured’s damages.  In doing so, the court distinguished the cost incurred in retaining a

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Exhaust Fan Fires: Crimp Connection Failure and the Melted Copper “Smoking Guns”

Exhaust fans commonly found in the ceilings of bathrooms and laundry rooms cause many residential fires and fires in commercial and industrial buildings. Exhaust fan fires have caused more than $50 million in property damages.[1] Exhaust fan fires are frequently ignited by electrical arcing

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