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11 Replies and 6970 Views NFIP Certification  6970  11 Started by  JimGary Whats the value of the NFIP certification. I am attending a certification class next month. I have been a staff adjuster since 2001 but have entered the cat end last year. I have heard different opinion regarding needing or not needing the certification. How about some input from some of you folks that have been doing this for a while. Assuming a competent adjuster, will the certification give someone more assigments, more $$$, more value I am getting the cert regardless, but was just wanting i...
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08/22/2007 5:18 PM
3 Replies and 3356 Views Travertine tile in a flood  3356  3 Started by  Doug I have a customer who flooded in March 2007,  was in the middle of re-building afer that event and flooded again.   She has travertine tile in areas in the home  laid on thinset.  has not been grouted or sealed yet.   HAs anyone ever looked at Travertine after a flood and if so, has it been salvageable    I have not looked at the loss yet but am trying to prepare myself a little before i view tomorrow morning. This is an Oklahoma City flood, so...
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by  DougJump to last post
08/21/2007 10:50 PM
12 Replies and 4405 Views Stuffed Goat  4405  12 Started by  jqueen What do your do with a Rocky Mountain Stuffed Goat. This one was in 8 to 12 inches of flood water. Any thoughts on restoration How about value
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by  SteveZJump to last post
08/21/2007 6:22 PM
18 Replies and 5514 Views RESTORING FLOOD DAMAGED CONTENTS  5514  18 Started by  Neil G Has anyone ever used a restoration company that had the Esporta Wash System for restoring smoke and flood damaged contents It can restore 85 of the contents that are currently being thrown out.  Insurance adjusters have been quoted saying that it "saves the insurance industry thousands of dollars per loss.  It's incredible!" What are your thoughts
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by  Neil GJump to last post
08/14/2007 6:01 PM
2 Replies and 3758 Views NFIP Certification  3758  2 Started by  PMulder I submitted my application for NFIP certification in April. From what I have read on NFIP site I should have heard something from them by now. Does anyone know how long it can take to hear anything from them. If not does anyone know how to contact NFIP
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by  rbryanhinesJump to last post
07/03/2007 1:21 PM
3 Replies and 3051 Views Testimony re NFIP at US House of Reps Subcommittee  3051  3 Started by  KLS Edward Conner's testimony before The United States House of Representatives Committee on Financial Services Subcommittee on Housing and Community Opportunity June 12, 2007 is available at the link below.  He is the Deputy Assistant Administrator, Mitigation Directorate, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Department of Homeland Security.   His summary of his testimony is as follows: This morning I would like to provide a context for how the NFIP has moved forward since the ...
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by  CatmannnJump to last post
06/22/2007 10:00 PM
0 Replies and 3835 Views 2007 NFIP Conference Denver Speaker videos  3835  0 Started by  KLS The 2007 National Flood Conference was held in Denver, Colorado, on April 30 through May 2, 2007. Presentations by keynote speakers can be viewed in their entirety via the following link: KLS
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06/21/2007 10:19 AM
0 Replies and 4720 Views Flood Insurance Claim Handbook Revised 11/06  4720  0 Started by  KLS NFIP has changed the wording in the final section of the F-687 Flood Insurance Claim Handbook regarding "Addressing Questions About Your Insurance Claim" (Appeals).  The old 07/05 Handbook is no longer useable.  This Handbook is to be given to every Insured by their agent on policy renewal and by the adjuster upon initial inspection contact. A black and white PDF copy which can be sent by e-mail or faxed is available at:
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01/13/2007 10:52 PM
5 Replies and 4013 Views NFIP Classes are Filling Up  4013  5 Started by  johnpostava One of my contacts at NFIP tells me the 2007 NFIP certification classes are filling up.  For those of you who qualify for certification next year it would be a good move to send in your registration early so you get the class and location of your choice. If you are attending the 2007 NACA convention in Fort Worth in January, a representative from NFIP will be holding a certification class for all paid attendees.
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by  WillinskyJump to last post
01/05/2007 12:59 PM
4 Replies and 3210 Views 2005 Flood Claim Stats  3210  4 Started by  host The below comes from the website. Top ten states receiving claims payments during the 2005 hurricane season: Top 10 claims payment by state, total number of claims and total claim payments. State Total Number of 2005 Claims Total 2005 Claims Payments Louisiana 150,112 $ 13,058,714,083.57 Mississippi 18,159 $ 2,408,542,044.73 Florida 20,861 $ 545,474,559 Alabama 5,627 $ 270,239,349 California 2,419 $ 74,471,032 Pennsylvania 1,783 $ 57,388,...
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by  Ray HallJump to last post
12/21/2006 6:08 PM
25 Replies and 8552 Views Judge Rules on Levee Break vs Flood  8552  25 Started by  Dimechimes
(Topic has multiple pages1 2 ) Click on the breaking news article in the Property and Casualty heading to read the article. I'm curious what adjusters who are working in the area are hearing from carriers on this news
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12/14/2006 3:40 PM
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