What is CLUE? (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange)

CLUE (Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange) CLUE is a claims-information report generated by LexisNexis®, a consumer-reporting agency. What a CLUE report contains The report generally contains up to seven years of personal-auto and personal-property claims history. What a CLUE report contains The report contains the following claim information provided by your … [Continue reading]

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Texas Supreme Court Strikes a Blow to Policyholder’s Rights

In the case linked below, the Texas high court put new restrictions on facts that can be discovered about how adjusters produce their property damage estimates, their constancy, and if the are dealing fairly. Since most adjusters are hired and paid for by the insurance companies, this limit of discovery can … [Continue reading]

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File a insurance claim in these states ( Watch out)

USA TODAY ran an article,”7 worst states for filing homeowners’ claims,” From their article, you can expect the following rate hike for using a product you have already paid for. 7. Illinois • Premium hike after one claim: 17.7% • Premium hike after two claims: 32% 6. Utah • Premium … [Continue reading]

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Bad Faith and changed engineer’s reports?

Hurricane Sandy and more fraud on the policyholder exposed. Delay a claim, insurance company profits, delay a claim and the  insurance company lawyers’ profit. See the Story Here: Engineering an engineer’s report to fraudulently alter an expert’s report to deny a valid claim and that then allowed Legal defense firm to profit … [Continue reading]

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National Flood Insurance Program (“NFIP”)

In a recent Hurricane Sandy Case out of New Jersey, an insured tried to bring state law claims against an Insurance Company that had written a Flood Policy under the National Flood Insurance Program (“NFIP”), a Federal Creation. The court held that all the state law claims arising from denials of claims … [Continue reading]

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