Five Temporary Housing Myths Debunked

When matching policyholders with the best temporary housing solution after an emergency, busy claims professionals need to quickly sort through many obstacles. Often, misconceptions about housing availability, options, and costs can impact their workload balancing act, causing further stress for both claims professionals and policyholders as well as wasting valuable...
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Finding Room at the Inn

Lately, it seems that nearly every week there are news reports of another major natural disaster. For example, on May 10, 2015, snow, flooding, a tornado, and a tropical storm produced major damage in the central U.S. and along the Carolina coast, causing injuries, evacuations, and destroying many homes and...
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Tackling ALE Fraud Together

Estimates for insurance fraud in the U.S. total more than $80 billion per year, according to the Coalition Against Insurance Fraud. While there are no official industry estimates about what percentage of that total can be attributed to homeowners’ insurance fraud, a 2013 study by the National Insurance Crime Bureau...
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Smart Technologies Hit Home

Almost 134 million people in the U.S. owned smartphones as of February 2013, up eight percent since November 2012, according to a recent study by comScore Inc., a provider of digital measurement and analytics. In addition, 76 percent of Americans expected to get help in less than three hours of...
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