Founder and President
As Founder and President Robert Husted has dedicated his experience of over
15 years to help clients determine the proper values of Insurance Based Claims.
Since 2013, ClaimsHome has been providing clients across the United States with the highest quality appraisals. We offer accurate and objective valuations for Insurance Carriers and Homeowners. Our team of qualified and certified appraisers draw on highly specialized knowledge, impeccable skills and extensive experiences in order to produce unbiased appraisals in a timely manner. Let us know how we may be of service to you.
We offer a variety of appraisal services at ClaimsHome. Our highly skilled team is known for handling each appraisal with the personal and professional integrity it deserves in a timely manner. Whether you need help with an appraisal or an estimate we invite you to talk to us about any of your needs.
RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL APPRAISALS
INSURANCE CLAIM AND POLICY REVIEWS
INSURANCE CLAIM REVIEW
Once a claim has been filed with your insurance carrier you will be assigned a claim number and a claims representative will contact you to set a time to look at the damages to your property. Typically the insurance company will send out an employee of the company or a subcontractor representing the company. In either case, he or she will spend some time assessing the damage to your home or business and provide you at a later date a detailed estimate. . The report may be intimidating. As part of the ClaimsHome process, we provide a thorough review of the Insurance Carrier's estimate so that you feel stress free about moving forward with your claim.
NO CHARGE TO REVIEW
ABOUT THE APPRAISAL CLAUSE
“If you and we fail to agree on the amount of loss, either one can demand that the amount of the loss be set by appraisal. If either makes a written demand for appraisal, each shall select a competent, independent appraiser. Each shall notify the other of the appraiser’s identity within 20 days of receipt of the written demand. The two appraisers shall then select a competent, impartial umpire. If the two appraisers are unable to agree upon an umpire within 15 days, you or we can ask a judge of a court of record in the state where the residence premises is located to select an umpire. The appraisers shall then set the amount of the loss. If the appraisers fail to agree within a reasonable time, they shall submit their differences to the umpire. Written agreement signed by any two of these three shall set the amount of the loss.”