You may remember my opinion about public adjusters who are paid a percentage of a claim also being allowed to act as “disinterested” appraisers under a policy’s appraisal clause. In June of 2020 I published an article (one which you should read titled Public Adjusters—How Interested are the Disinterested?) in which I said the practice may be on its way out.
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When Policy Forms Don’t Do What You Think They Do
Johnson Strategies is pleased to provide another article from one of the premier insurance educators in America on form, coverage, and technical issues; founder and director of the Big “I” Virtual University; Retired Assoc. VP of Education and Research from Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America and JS Expert Contributor, Bill Wilson CPCU, ARM, AIM, AAM. [Read more…] about When Policy Forms Don’t Do What You Think They Do