Expediting tornado claims. Best practices for mitigating risks pre and post loss.

In order to be truly prepared after a natural disaster contact Childress Loucks & Plunkett  immediately following the event of loss. We are an independent, unbiased ally when disaster strikes.  We are not adjusters! We are insurance experts (as well as attorneys) who investigate and manage you...
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Hail damage, insurance coverage and business risks

Business or risk managers reviewing storm related insurance coverage often focus on wind and flooding as the key points of exposure.  An often overlooked storm effect is hail, which can result in catastrophic damage to business property, landscaping, equipment and people. “The National Weather Se...
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Water intrusion: identifying the source and mitigating the risks

Each year thousands of property owners and managers file insurance claims for mold infestation, structural and interior damage or rot, and various other damages all of which stem from an initial source of water intrusion.  In a perfect world all building envelopes would be water tight and structura...
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Vacant properties, evolving risks and available coverage

A slow economy or sudden downturn in the markets can leave many commercial property owners and managers with the prospect of maintaining vacant buildings.  Whether it’s a reduction in work force or tenants/businesses having to move to more affordable housing/retail space, many commercial property...
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Wildfire risks and insurance coverage

Wildfire risk is dependent mainly on geographical location. Weather patterns, human activities, and availability of combustible fuel all factor into the equation when determining wildfire risk. A close proximity to wilderness areas prone to such events increases the risk of wildfire damage to one...
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