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Allied Claims Service, Oklahoma

Allied Claims Service, Oklahoma

Allied Claims is experienced and knowledgeable in all phases of personal and commercial lines property claims, from simple to complex. Let us reduce your loss expense cost by doing it right the...
Atlantic Claims, Inc.

Atlantic Claims, Inc.

Mid Atlantic South East Regional Independent Adjusting Firm. Handles both daily and catastrophe claims for major insurance carriers. Utilizes both IntegriClaim and Xactimate. We are always looking...
AmeriCat, LLC.

AmeriCat, LLC.

  AmeriCat has been in the business of handling catastrophe claims dating back to the 1960’s when we were first known as Nagel’s Claims Service as founded by Owen V. Nagel. Owen, along with...
Quality Assurance Adjusting Services, Inc. dba QA Claims

Quality Assurance Adjusting Services, Inc. dba QA Claims

QA Claims, Inc. is a multi-line claims firm specializing in personal and commercial lines property, auto, casualty,and catastrophe claim handling.  We provide both daily and catastrophic claim...
Complete Inc.

Complete Inc.

Complete Inc. is a licensed general contracting, expert witness and insurance appraisal firm serving most of the country on large loss property claims. We provide services to home owners,...
Simsol Insurance Service Inc.

Simsol Insurance Service Inc.

We are looking for quality adjusters who possess top notch adjusting skills as well as people skills. Our main focus for adjusting is in the area of Flood claims, Hurricane wind claims and...
Integrated Catastrophe Services, Inc

Integrated Catastrophe Services, Inc

ICATS has built a company around the concept of service response.  We are a property adjusting company  focused on commercial and residential property claims.  Our strategy is to provide...
Vanguard Adjusters Group, Inc.

Vanguard Adjusters Group, Inc.

 Vanguard Adjusters Group, Inc. ...handles claims for Insurance Companies, Managing General Agents, Lloyd's Syndicates, Risk Retention Groups and Self Insured Entities. We provide Property and...
Custard Insurance Adjusters, Inc

Custard Insurance Adjusters, Inc

Custard Insurance Adjusters, Inc. was founded in 1962 and remains one of the nations leading privately held IA firms.  Our CAT Division has partnerships with numerous clients nationally and...

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CRAWFORD & COMPANY® ACQUIRES MAJORITY INTEREST IN WEGOLOOK®, LLC 6 December 2016

CRAWFORD & COMPANY® ACQUIRES MAJORITY INTEREST IN WEGOLOOK®, LLC

Atlanta, GA – December 6, 2016 – Crawford & Company® (www.crawfordandcompany.com) (NYSE: CRD-A and CRD-B), one of the world's largest independent providers of claims management solutions to insurance companies and self-insured entities, today announced the acquisition of a majority interest in WeGoLook®, LLC (WGL™ or WeGoLook), an online and mobile collaborative economy platform headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This strategic investment in WeGoLook will enable Crawford® to revolutionize, automate and expedite the claim handling process by utilizing a large mobile workforce for automotive and property inspections. The acquisition of 85% of the membership interests of WeGoLook by Crawford, which is subject to certain conditions, has been approved by the Board of Directors of both companies for $36.125 million and is expected to close in early January 2017. 
Crawford & Company® Launches Australia’s First National Insurance Drone Service 26 July 2016

Crawford & Company® Launches Australia’s First National Insurance Drone Service

Crawford 7/6/16 Press Release

SYDNEY (6 July, 2016) – Crawford & Company® has launched Crawford® Drone, designed to significantly improve catastrophe and operational claims management by providing real-time detail.

Darren Trot, Crawford’s national business development manager, said, “Drone technology ideally complements traditional claims assessment practices and gives us access to areas that were previously inaccessible or hazardous.”

26 July 2016

ICAT Partners with Neon to Provide Additional Catastrophe Capacity

Source: ICAT Website

Partnership will allow ICAT to write additional per-risk cat capacity in the U.S. E&S market

Broomfield, CO: ICAT has teamed up with Neon, the specialist Lloyd’s insurer, to provide an additional $10 million of per-risk capacity to catastrophe-exposed commercial properties in the United States. The partnership expands ICAT’s per-risk catastrophe capacity up to $150 million.

ICAT’s partnership with Neon, along with ICAT’s comprehensive coverage, best-in-class service, industry-leading expertise and innovative product solutions, demonstrates ICAT’s commitment to continual service and product enhancements for their agents, brokers and insureds.
8 February 2016

New Simsol Software Database Release

SIMSOL Software announced the release of its next generation estimating platforms cost database.

Orlando, FL (PRWEB) February 08, 2016

SIMSOL Software (Simultaneous Solutions, Inc.) announced the release of its next generation estimating platforms cost database. The new cost database named the "Simsol/Craftsman Complete Building Repair Registry" coincides with the software company's release of its Version 7 of its estimating system for property insurance adjusters and restoration contractors.



8 February 2016

All insurers should resist dubious claims

Shingles are something you never want to have, unless they're on the top of your house or on the outside of your law office. 

Joe Cantu is fortunate not to have shingles, at least not on his roof, but he does have cement tiles up there, and some of them apparently got damaged when the March 29, 2012 hailstorm hit his Hidalgo County home. 

Though conceding that only 8-14 tiles were damaged, Cantu nevertheless wanted his insurer, State Farm Lloyds, to replace all the tiles on his roof, ostensibly to make sure they would match. 

When State Farm told Cantu “can't do,” Cantu said “can too” and filed suit. 

Last month, a federal jury agreed with State Farm. It wasn't a difficult decision in the end, because the cost of replacing the damaged tiles was less than Cantu's deductible. 

Source: setexasrecord.com 

2 September 2015

Engle Martin Closes Acquisition of Eberl

ATLANTA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Engle Martin & Associates, a diversified insurance services provider, completed its acquisition of a majority share of Eberl’s Claim Service, Inc. and its related companies on September 1, 2015. Eberl provides a full suite of complementary daily and catastrophe loss adjusting and claims-related services, with a focus on residential and automobile insurance claims. Eberl will continue to run independently within the Engle Martin family of brands via its own stand-alone management team under the name Eberl Claims Service, LLC. The addition of Eberl, Engle Martin’s fourth acquisition in less than two years, further solidifies Engle Martin’s position as a leading insurance services platform with an enhanced and diversified service offering and a broader client base.
6 June 2015

Exclusive: Erie Insurance tests Google Glass to help process claims

Source: Paul J. Gough, Pittsburgh Business Times

"The next time you get a visit from an insurance adjuster, he or she might be wearing a futuristic headset to help process your claim. Pittsburgh policyholders were part of a pilot program from Erie Insurance (NASDAQ:ERIE) to test the use of off-the-shelf Google Glass as a way to make insurance adjusters’ working lives easier and more efficient. The idea, developed by three Erie Insurance employees, was vetted by the board of directors following a company wide contest. This is the first time Erie’s program has been disclosed beyond the company." 

Office Approves Removal of up to 45,500 Policies from Citizens 10 April 2015

Office Approves Removal of up to 45,500 Policies from Citizens

Florida Office of Insurance Regulation

 

Don’t Mess With Texas Adjusters In Hail Damage Claims 9 February 2015

Don’t Mess With Texas Adjusters In Hail Damage Claims

Source: Zelle Hofmann Voelbel & Mason LLP

Texas hail claim policyholder lawyers, like many plaintiffs’ lawyers, clearly prefer to be in state court rather than federal court. To accomplish this and prevent the defendant insurer from properly removing the lawsuit to federal court, Texas policyholder attorneys simply sue the adjuster (who, like the policyholder, is almost always a Texas resident). This common act of gamesmanship ostensibly destroys the complete diversity of citizenship required for federal court diversity jurisdiction, allowing the policyholder to litigate its hail damage claim in state court.
Want to move to New Zealand and work as a Loss Adjuster? 8 February 2015

Want to move to New Zealand and work as a Loss Adjuster?

Earthquake Commission (EQC) will pay 24 of its staff $65,000

The Earthquake Commission (EQC) will pay 24 of its staff $65,000 a year to fill new positions requiring just over one week's work per month.

The public insurer is looking for candidates from within its workforce for "base contractor" positions, as loss adjusters and estimators, around the country.

The jobs pay $65,000 plus GST a year for 54 hours work a month, which is about $100 an hour, with each contractor being paid even if there is no work.

That is about double the going hourly rate for a loss adjuster working full time on residential buildings, a leading recruitment firm says.

source: stuff.co.nz

Insurance industry wins temporary FLSA exemption for insurance adjusters in CRomnibus 12 January 2015

Insurance industry wins temporary FLSA exemption for insurance adjusters in CRomnibus

Source: Lexology

Congress's omnibus spending bill effectively created a new exemption to the FLSA's overtime rules for insurance adjusters during the two-year period after a major disaster. Section 111 of the appropriations bill for the DOL directs the agency that the FLSA "shall be applied as if" there is an overtime exclusion for certain workers who are employed to adjust or evaluate claims resulting from or relating to a major disaster. The law defines a "major disaster" as "any disaster or catastrophe declared or designated by any State or Federal agency or department."
Racketeering suit faces Hartford over Sandy 4 December 2014

Racketeering suit faces Hartford over Sandy

New York • A couple claiming damage from Hurricane Sandy has filed court papers accusing a Hartford Financial Services Group Inc. unit, an engineering firm and a law firm for the insurer of engaging in racketeering by scheming to use fraudulent reports to deny claims.
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