How Can I Learn More About Negotiating with my Insurance Company?
One of the best ways to become skilled in negotiating with an insurance company is by talking to the experts – Katy attorneys and public adjusters. Experienced lawyers deal with insurance providers on a regular basis, and are intimately familiar with lowball tactics, as well as what is a fair amount settle for.
Consult with an Katy insurance bad faith attorney about ways you can negotiate with an adjustor to get the best settlement offer. Or, if you don’t feel comfortable negotiating on your own, consider hiring legal representation to intercede on your behalf to make sure you get the compensation you deserve.
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A claim supplement is a claim for additional repair or replacement costs. Supplements are commonplace in the claims process. However, if you are a policyholder unaware of your policy rights, you could be walking away from hundreds or thousands of dollars that you are entitled to collect.
Claim supplements usually occur after a policyholder submits a claim, gets paid and gets the repairs or replacements completed. Then, additional damage is discovered some time later.
Many people erroneously think that, once the claim is closed, it cannot be re-opened. And, insurance companies and their adjusters usually don't rush to tell you how to submit a claim supplement. So, what to do? Let's look at car insurance claims and property insurance claims.
For any kind of supplemental claim, you must contact your insurance company and give them your original claim number. The best way to notify the company is in writing, sent Certified Mail. That way, you'll know who signed for the letter. The insurer will have to re-open the claim. You might get the same adjuster as before, but maybe not.
Be sure that you are collecting all the money you are entitled to collect. Use supplemental claims whenever your claim requires it.
If you have experienced a property loss, whether fire, wind, flood or other, you need to know winning insurance claim strategies. The insurance company will not tell you the claims process, but I will. I will show you how to take control of your insurance claim, and add hundreds or even thousands more dollars to your claim settlement. For more information, go to the website listed below.
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Loss Recovery and Building Code Changes
After a natural catastrophe, you've likely sustained large and severe property losses. What often comes as an "aftershock" to the catastrophe, are the higher costs to rebuild according to the latest building codes...WHICH ARE
NOT COVERED UNLESS... you purchased an Endorsement to your policy called either:
- "Increased Cost of Construction" (with NFIP & Flood policies) OR
- "Ordinance or Law" (possibly with your TWIA policy, and definitely) with your Homeowner policy
It will just be your "tough luck" if you don't have this Endorsement. And, Heaven forbid that your Structure is damaged (according to an estimate to be made by your Building Department) more than 50% of its "assessed value". Then, you will need to bring the entire Structure "up to current code"; and your Insurance Company will not pay you for required code change expenses...
UNLESS YOU BOUGHT one of those Endorsements, which would cover this expense.... up to the percentage of the Structure limit with the Endorsement that you purchased.
With NFIP and Flood policies, you are only able to purchase a maximum of $30,000.00, NO MATTER WHAT YOUR Structure limit actually is. This Endorsement (with other than NFIP and Flood policies.