News & Events
- How Hot Water Heaters Fail and What to Look For to Assist Subrogation
Hot water heater failures can prove confusing and frustrating for homeowners and adjusters alike. Homeowners want minimal displacement with maximum compensation, but adjusters know the process requires more than writing a check.
- “There Are Cracks in My Chimney – Is It a Lightning Strike or Something Else?”
It’s a common assumption that lightning is the sole culprit for tracks, marks, or other large visible chimney damage, especially in areas that are prone to or have recently experienced a thunderstorm. But insurance companies should take note that these telltale signs of a lightning strike could be caused by other means. Read More
- Owner vs Contractor – How Do You Tell Who’s Responsible on a Residential Renovation Project?
When a construction project (or the results thereof) turns sour and injury or damage occurs, it might seem obvious where to point the finger: the general contractor. After all, it’s the contractor who calls the shots, hires the team, sources the supplies, and ensures everything’s working like a well-oiled machine. Read More
- Wet Concrete Roof Decks Spawn a Rise in Litigation in 2017
Concrete roof decks have been a staple of businesses for decades. Litigation over water damage from these decks, however, has not been as popular until recent years. Read More
- NFC Seminars
NFC Seminars NFC offers informational seminars aimed at the insurance industry to help teach claims adjusters how to properly investigate … Read More
- Welcome to NFC new website
Welcome to our NFC new website redesign! As you may have noticed, we’ve given our website a redesign for 2012. … Read More
- New Online Assignment Form
Online Assignment Form We have been working hard on our new online assignment form. To assign us a job electronically, … Read More