The Insurance Appraisal process is a binding contractual procedurenormally outlined in the insurance contract is and is primarily used to settle valuation disputes when the policyholders does not agree with their insurers appraisal, the amount of the loss or the scope of damages.
This has long been a hot button topic for those in the industry, and the ramifications are evident to both insured parties and insurers. Most states have established precedents that lay out the procedures. For states where the precedents have been laid out, the system is simple enough, but for residents of other states with no established precedents or regulations, the process can be quite complicated and can end up involving not only an appraiser but also an insurance umpire, attorneys and a plethora of other professionals and expenses.
In Colorado, the Scope of Damage is also addressed. Determining the scope of Damage also means looking at the cause of the damage, something that all property owners should keep in mind. Determining the scope of loss and responsibility is difficult, but with the help of professionals such as an insurance umpire, it is possible for policyholders and their insurers to come up with a fair and equitable settlement decision, even as they continue to wrestle with the path to this conclusion.
This information is not intended to be legal advice, nor as a solicitation. It is important to note that the laws regarding the appraisal process in Colorado are specific to insurance appraisals process in Colorado and may change from state to state. What’s more, the current state laws are mutable and subject to change at any time. Rooftop Roofing participates in AOB contracts only in an ethical manner and only where legal. You can contact Rooftop Roofing in order to discuss the circumstances of your AOB roofing claim.assignment of benefits claim.