David Boohaker spoke at the Georgia Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (GAPIA) Fall Conference, presenting "OSHA & The Construction Trades: What Georgia Public Adjusters Need to Know"
As of April 2018, new claims data indicates that Hurricane Irma's total insured losses have grown to $7,375,072,926. Is your Irma claim still unresolved? It's not too late.
As of April 2018, insurers have paid $7.7 billion in claim payments and may ultimately pay a total of $119.4 billion in for losses caused by Harvey. What's the status of your claim?
Good news: Florida Statutes §627.428 and §57.041 state that your insurance company may be responsible for paying your attorney’s fees and costs.
Hail happens. If your home or business suffers property damage, we suggest you follow these seven tips to file a hail damage claim.
Whether you need to provide additional documentation or take more serious action, follow these steps if your homeowner’s insurance claim is denied.
As of January 2018, 115,548 insurance claims were filed in Dade County for damage from Hurricane Irma. Where does your claim stand?
Real people. Proven results. See how we helped our client recover a 59% increase in payout for their residential property damage claim.
Insurance companies will process tens of thousands of property damage claims in the wake of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria. Make sure they get yours right.
New flood insurance denial letter requirements should help policyholders better understand why their claims are denied.
Special tax law provisions may help taxpayers and businesses recover financially from the impact of a disaster. Contact us to learn more.
Almost 40% of small businesses never recover after a disaster like Hurricane Harvey or Irma. Here are a few tips to help you beat the odds.
Where will Hurricanes Harvey and Irma fall on the U.S. 10 costliest hurricanes list? Experts predict that they could be first and second.
Insurance company adjusters work for the insurance company (not you). You need someone on your side. Call for a free insurance claim review.
Flood damage? FEMA has extended the Hurricane Harvey and Irma Proof of Loss deadline to 365 days from the date of loss.
Filing a claim can be complicated and time-consuming. Here are nine insurance claim tips to help get maximum compensation for your claim.
Use this template to send your insurance carrier a notice of claim to preserve your right to pursue remedies under the previous law.
Are you prepared for Hurricane Harvey? Severe storm damage is often accompanied by scammers hoping to capitalize on storm victims.
Have you reached the limits of your frustration trying to resolve your claim on your own? Maybe it’s time to speak with an experienced insurance lawyer.
Choosing the wrong contractor can lead to delays, subpar work or even legal problems. Our guidelines can help get hiring a contractor right the first time.
Are you getting a raw deal? If dealing with the insurance company on your own hasn't worked, you still have options. Learn how to dispute an insurance claim.
After a big storm damages your home or business, you're counting on your insurance company to hold up their end of the bargain. But what if they don't?
Don't fall victim to these common insurance company tactics. Contact us to get full and just compensation for losses covered under your insurance policy.
Real people. Proven results. See how we helped one client recover a 194% increase in payout from the insurance company for his property damage claim.
Additional Living Expenses (ALE) coverage reimburses you to for expenses needed to maintain a normal standard of living while your home is being repaired.
After a storm one of the most important things to do is create an inventory of items that have been lost or damaged. Our checklist can help.
Google Earth’s before-and-after Rowlett tornado pictures show utter devastation. Call now if your insurance claim has been delayed, denied or underpaid.