CONTENTS INVENTORY LIST INSURANCE CLAIM ADVICE AND HELP

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This is another insurance claim advice guide worth it’s weight in gold.

This guide will show you how to “maximize” your personal property inventory whether you have contents replacement cost coverage or not, and whether from the start or a couple of years down the road.

DON’T ASSUME that just because you have replacement cost coverage you can’t get burned. Without following my simple homeowners insurance contents inventory list claim advice, by the time you learn how it all works, it will be too late and you will get burned.

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You may have to submit a contents inventory list after a loss. It’s always better if you do it than some 3rd party. No one knows your stuff better than you do, and anyone you hire will have to consume your time anyway getting descriptive information from you.

This guide will also show you how to easily get paid for the cost of doing an inventory (something most insurers will strongly resist). This guide includes samples of “maximized” inventory sheets and depreciation charts.

Insurance adjusters rely on withholding key insurance claim information at the time when it will do you the most good. Most people don’t replace half of what they had. Almost every homeowners insurance policy says you don’t get replacement value if you don’t replace the lost item and so you consequently fall victim to the adjusters best friend – “depreciation”.

This guide is included in both the Standard and Deluxe versions of the Homeowners Insurance Claim Loss – All Aspects eBooks for sale.

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