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UP is hosting a Roadmap to Recovery workshop for Butte Fire survivors on Wednesday, January 13th at 6pm at Mountain Ranch Town Hall. This workshop will focus on the dwelling portion of your insurance claim and will discuss how to document and value the damage to your home. There will be a Q...Read More
Your flood adjuster arrives with a few forms for you to fill out. Typically, you will be asked some questions about when the water entered the building, how long it stayed and that sort of thing. He/She will also ask to some questions to update your policy. You may be asked to confirm your current mortgagee (lender) – this is important. The claims check will be made out to you and your lender. If it is made out to the wrong lender it will cause an unnecessary delay in receiving claim proceeds.
Cooperate with your adjuster. In an event setting like...Read More
UP is hosting a Roadmap to Recovery workshop for Valley Fire survivors Thursday, December 3rd at 6pm at Middletown High School. This workshop will cover how to effectively ...Read More
Most homeowner’s property insurance policies contain “intentional loss” and “concealment and fraud” provisions that exclude or bar coverage if any person who qualifies as an “insured” (typically defined to include the named insured and residents of the named insured’s household who are his or her relatives) commits or conspires to commit an act intending to cause a loss (e.g., arson), intentionally conceals or misrepresents any material fact or circumstance, or engages in fraudulent conduct. But when a family member acts alone in setting an arson fire, should their innocent relatives pay...Read More