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Unveiling the Truth: Why Insurance Companies May Not Have Your Best Interests in Mind After a Large Property Loss
When disaster strikes and you suffer a significant property loss, the first thing you hope for is the support of your insurance company. After all, that's what you've been paying your premiums for – peace of mind and protection. However, it's important to recognize...
Why Skipton Claims Management is the Most Effective Public Insurance Adjuster Firm in Arizona
If you've ever dealt with a property insurance claim, you know how stressful and overwhelming the process can be. Filing a claim, assessing damage, negotiating with insurance companies – it can all feel like an uphill battle. That's where Skipton Claims Management...
Navigating Insurance Claims: How to Choose the Right Public Adjuster
Insurance claims can be stressful When dealing with an insurance claim, it can be a stressful and overwhelming experience for most people. After all, it’s not something we deal with every day. That’s why many people turn to public adjusters for help. Public adjusters...
Arizona Public Adjuster David Skipton Obtains Prestigious CPCU Designation – PRNewswire
PHOENIX, PRNewswire - David Skipton, CPCU, owner and CEO of Scottsdale Based Public Adjusting firm Skipton and Associates, Inc. DBA Skipton Claims Management obtains highly regarded CPCU designation (Chartered Property Casualty Underwriter). For over 30 years, David...
Keys to Insurance Claims in Arizona
The principals of Skipton claims management are not attorneys, and we are not rendering legal advice in the content below. That said, we have extensive experience in 1st party property claims adjustment. Below is a synopsis of keys to insurance claims processing in...
Defenses To Limitations Of Coverage In Policy Endorsements
APPARENT LIMITATIONS MAY BE CIRCUMVENTED BY CLOSE READING OF POLICY STIPULATIONS OR IF THEY CONTRAVENE STATE STATUTES.
6 TIPS FOR CATASTROPHE MOBILIZATION
GOING OUT OF STATE TO PRACTICE PUBLIC ADJUSTING IN THE AFTERMATH OF A CATASTROPHE REQUIRES PLANNING AND FORESIGHT.
NAPIA’S WHITE PAPER ON APPRAISAL
A legal and ethical approach to appraiser-client relations in the insurance claims sphere
REPAIR AND REPLACE
Legal precedents oblige insurers to pay for ‘workmanlike repair;’ when does that obligation shade into replacement?
CASE LAW AND STATUTES
Federal Case Summaries 7th Circuit Court of Appeals Windridge of Naperville Condo. Ass’n v. Phila. Indem. Ins. Co., 932 F. 3d 1035 (7th Cir. 2019) Decided Aug. 7, 2019 Opinion Summary: An insured condominium association brought action against an insurer, seeking...