Are you really in good hands?
Do you have sufficient insurance?
Will your adjuster be on your side?
Are you ready to handle the insurance claim process?
Most people buy insurance to protect their homes from catastrophes such as fire, floods,
tornadoes, earthquakes, etc. However, most homeowners’ insurance claims are the result of
everyday events, such as a pipe that bursts under a sink, a toilet overflows, or that Chicken
Kiev turns into Chicken Chernobyl. Most people assume everything will be taken care of if
they ever have a claim, but what they don’t realize, is that there are a lot of pitfalls and
landmines along the road to recovery and many become victimized who don’t know how to
navigate around them.
In the Secrets of the Insurance Game, you’ll learn about:
- The role insurance adjusters play and how to negotiate
- The importance of an accurate estimate and inventory
- Overhead and profit and what it means to you and your contractor
- Things your insurance agent didn’t tell you and your adjuster may not pay for
- Pitfalls of content pack outs and cleaning companies
- Pros and cons of using public adjusters
- Depreciation and how it affects your recovery
- Flood remediation and dry out companies
- Tips on hiring restoration contractors
- Disaster chasers and predators
- And much more…
Sean Scott is a restoration contractor who has been involved with literally thousands of
property damage claims. In this book, Sean shares many of the secrets of the insurance
game he has gleaned over the years working in the restoration industry. The Secrets of the
Insurance Game levels the playing field and gives homeowners’ the tools they need to
restore their homes and lives.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Have you ever read a business book so good that you’re reluctant to tell anybody about it, afraid of divulging your secrets and diluting your competitive edge?
That is my reservation as I write this. But hell, the author has earned my endorsement and I believe this text will be healthy for the restoration ecosystem at large.
With no detectible bias, Sean Scott nails it as he explores the sacred cows of our industry while keeping an eye toward fair claims settlement.
Every homeowner should read this!
As a homeowner I have always been confused by insurance. This book is very well written and brings clarity to many of the issues I have had with regard to insurance. I now feel prepared should disaster strike. Glad this book was written!