The Aftermath of Hurricane Florence is Estimated to Have Caused Between $20 Billion and $30 Billion in Flood and Wind Losses, CoreLogic Analysis Shows
October 8, 2018
CoreLogic® (NYSE: CLGX), a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, today announced updated residential and commercial flood and wind loss estimates for Hurricane Florence.
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When should you report a claim to your insurance company? Every claims adjuster will tell you “report all possible claims to us as soon as you can.” However, following their advice will usually turn out badly for a restoration firm.
The jobs are completed and you have sent your invoices out. Yet you continue to have invoices unpaid and can’t seem to track down where the payment is. Who has it? The insurance company, the insured, the mortgage company?
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