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Fire Claims Estimates

Submitted by on Thursday, 21 October 2010No Comment

Most public adjusters and insurance adjusters use and estimate program called Exactimate.  This estimating program is also the most well known and updated out of all the others that are available.  Public adjusters and insurance adjusters alike can find common pricing on material and labor consistant with the areas the estimates are written.  As an example, a house fire in Grand Rapids would have different pricing values then in a home in Detroit, Lansing and even Flint that has the exact parameters just because of the area.  Fires in Grand Rapids tend to run a little higher then most of the other cities through this program while Flint and Detroit seem to be the lowest in the state.  These are differences that should be over come and as public adjusters we are trying to raise those values as high as possible.

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