Quickly determining “satisfactory proof of loss” for property claims can help insurance providers mitigate or even avoid paying penalty interest under Michigan’s Uniform Trade Practices Act.
Responding timely to “satisfactory proof of loss” notices can help insurers limit or even avoid paying penalty interest under Michigan’s Uniform Trade Practices Act.
Failure to pay first-party property claims could cost you penalty interest under Michigan's Uniform Trade Practice Act.
Paying penalty interest in first party property claims is tough to avoid in Michigan, but by doing this claims professionals can minimize the amount.
Arc mapping provides investigators and insurance claims professionals with vital fire cause and origin information.
Understanding the types of explosions can help investigators and insurance professionals resolve fire damage claims.
The popularity of internet connected devices in homes and businesses provides fire investigators with more origin and cause clues than ever, if you know where to look for them.
Left to gather unchecked, dust can become the next major fire hazard in your commercial or industrial building.
Investigators challenged to determine causation in fire claims involving presence of lithium-ion batteries.
Construction contractors and insurance professionals beware: failing to understand a contract’s fire provisions could burn you.
Determining fraud in water intrusion claims begins with an understanding of the technology behind today’s pipe systems.
Give yourself the gift of expertise from a forensic engineer when your next water loss claims hits your desk.
Who pays for property damage related to the intentional acts of others? The answer may surprise you.
Michigan appellate court rules contractors may be loaned temporary property possession rights, allowing them to assert an open and obvious defense in a premises liability claim, a defense typically reserved for actual property owners.
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