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For those of you who are new to this adventure, you're probably thinking about removing the debris. Here are some tips you should think about before starting the process.

TIP: FROM OUR EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE WITH FIRE LOSSES, ANY “DOCUMENTATION” OF YOUR HOUSE PREPARED BY AN AGENCY MAY NOT BE SUFFICIENT PROOF TO YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY ABOUT THE EXTENT OF YOUR DWELLING AND PERSONAL PROPERTY LOSS.

Before your debris is removed—AND if you want to preserve your ability to achieve a full and fair settlement of your loss—you must do some quick but CAREFUL “FORENSICS” to answer questions your insurance company will have regarding the size of your home and the quality of your house construction and your possessions.

For more go to:

DebrisRemoval.pdf

 

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Thank you for all that you and CARe have done to help so many of us. As you well know from our own experience, the distress of suddenly losing one's home and possessions is overwhelming and truly changes a person's life. The information and resources you have provided has been a godsend. You and your organization help empower people when they need it most. Thank you very much.

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