Hurricane Douglas may impact the Hawaiian Islands
Based on the latest reports and the current track it looks like Hurricane Douglas may impact the Hawaiian Islands. Have you had an assignment on the Islands? I have and there are som
Posted: 07/23/2020 2:34 PM Replies: 0
Hail damage photos
Anyone able to share hail damage photos to a roof for personal study and research? I would greatly appreciate it.. The more the better please share! Thank you.
Posted: 06/23/2017 9:06 PM Replies: 0
Flood Adjuster Survey
To All Flood Adjusters. Please take the time to take a 15 question survey by Flood Professional Claims Association.
YOUR participation is APPRECIATED.
Please click the link below:
Posted: 12/01/2016 10:24 AM Replies: 1
Mod Bit Damaged or Toast?
OK I have attached pics of the roof I just looked at, I also included pic of spatter. I am pretty confident that the roof is just toast but I want opinions. I don't normally 2nd guess myself and don't
Posted: 02/08/2016 9:40 AM Replies: 5
Happy 1st day of the 2014 hurricane season!
So, NOAA says it will be a slow year, but they said last year would be crazy busy too, so we will see.
Anyway, stay safe out there, and happy new year from all of us at Accelerated :)
Posted: 06/01/2014 2:33 AM Replies: 5
5 Ways Claims Adjusters can prepare for Catastrophe Claims
The 2014 catastrophe season is almost upon us - so as a claims adjuster, are you ready? For many, the beginning of summer means relaxation and vacations, but if you’re an adjuster then summer us
Posted: 05/19/2014 1:06 PM Replies: 2
Flood Adjuster Qualifications Question?
I've heard there's a "number of years waiver" for former military personnel. The number of years is 4 consecutive, I've heard the military waiver makes it 1 year. Does anyone know if this is true.
Posted: 03/20/2014 4:58 AM Replies: 4
2014 Hurricane Season
From Tyler Stanfield's WunderBlog
"Overview of the 2014 Season
With the increasing odds of an El Nino event developing by the peak of the 2014 hurricane season, unfavorable conditions will likely
Posted: 03/06/2014 5:34 PM Replies: 12
Flood related to fires
At my last NFIP certification class the instructor mentioned something about floods that are related to fires, he flashed something on the screen, maybe it was a new rule or guideline and he seemed to
Posted: 02/28/2014 7:59 PM Replies: 5
big LA buildings right on earthquake faults
Posted: 01/08/2014 6:39 PM Replies: 3
Has any one heard of US based firms deploying adjusters to help out in the Philippines? If so, which ones and where can I apply?
Posted: 11/12/2013 12:07 PM Replies: 3
2013 Hurricane Season - Will we have a Cane?
So far we have not had any hurricanes, the media is stating that the 2013 season could set a new record for the latest season to have a hurricane form. In recent history the latest first h
Posted: 09/04/2013 1:05 PM Replies: 19
CAT 94 4/2/13
Attending CAT 94 in Central Texas. Like Ray Hall always said............................. if your not working hail on Easter, Mother's Day, etc...........
And Oh, the Applebee's parking lot guys are
Posted: 04/06/2013 3:26 PM Replies: 1
Question about wildfire claim
I am relatively new to the field--starting my "second career"--and I am assisting with my first wildfire claim. The homeowners live about 100 feet from a substantial burn area
Posted: 01/23/2013 12:32 PM Replies: 6
Flood Macros for Xactimate
Anyone have flood macros for Xactimate? I'm working in Long Island and it would save me so much time if I had good macros.
Posted: 11/30/2012 8:59 AM Replies: 4