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Insurance Companies Deny or Minimize Payment

"Denied, Under-Paid, Unsettled, Under-Insured Property Claim?     Need Your Claim Re-Opened?  Are Your Coverages Too Low?      Just Found Out Your Coverages Were Changed?     

Often, You Face the Fight of Your Life AFTER a Disaster...

This Can Be Your 2nd Disaster... Fighting To Be Paid Properly"  


The company wants you to give up and just walk away, take their "settlement" which is a "low ball offer" or accepting that you're "under-insured", leaving a lot of your $'s on their table, and leaving you quite short, or sometimes even... unpaid.


Do you really believe that without a lot of your money & WITH ONLY THEIR "settlement"

(low offer), that it's actually enough for you to replace the Home or Business that you've lost, plus all of your hard-eaned and paid-for Contents or Inventory?


If it's not enough coverage... didn't their Agent assure you that it would be? Were you paid the cost to put you back the way you were... before this loss? If not... WHY NOT?


Recovering from a catastrophe is a tremendously stressful and unstable time in your life. Truth is, most people get delayed so much that they become worn down, demoralized and just give up. Then, they just accept being denied or simply take their insurance company's "settlement" (low offer), and then move on... feeling significantly shorted and defeated.


Forest Fire

Forest Fire


If you doubt that their insurance company is interested in keeping your money, consider this…


  • To the insurance company, your claim pay-out comes right out of their profits.
  • They state that you "Under-Insured" your Business or Home.  Did you really ask their Agent to only insure 50% or 60% of your property... and intentionally leave yourself financially responsible for all the rest?
  • "Under-Insured", Under-Paid, Delayed, and Denied Claims Make Insurance Executives INCREDIBLY RICH.  Don't Let What You Are Owed Become Part Of Some Insurance Executive's Bonus!
  • Denied claims may well be reversed, with the proper professional handling!
  • There are many “Grey Areas” in an insurance policy; and any "settlement" offered is probably at the lowest amount of an insurance adjuster’s range.

It's NOT Your Fault.


You are no doubt learning that you are NOT in a position of power when trying to recover from their Insurance Company, through their hired, trained, and very experienced personnel.


Here’s what you’re up against:

  • Can you really become a Claim Professional overnight, to compete with their Claim Professionals
  • What you say commits you, but what their Rep or Adjuster says is without authority
  • Are you an expert in coverage interpretatins, policy language and definitions
  • Would someone else, suddenly in a very stressful situation, really become as competent as you in your profession, overnight
  • How do you actually know just what the true dollar value is of all that you are supposed to be covered for
  • You've almost certainly never had to prepare a detailed and proper Structure, Contents or Business Interruption valuation
  • You've most likely never learned and/or really understood just how to prepare and present your claims in their required format
  • Do you know what you don't know
  • Can you personally determine from your own experience that you've been fully paid
  • The process is made complicated, on purpose, by the insurance company in order to  delay, over-stress, intimidate, postpone, and if at all possible to deny proper payment for your claims
  • But their insurance company personnel have negotiated and made "settlements" on 1000's and 1000's of property claims
  • Their insurance company will use their immense financial power to confuse, maybe even to intimidate or pressure you... more so if you're stressed our, older, or infirm

Piatkiewicz Video Testimonial


"Pete Romero is a very unique individual; and when I first met him it was under the tough circumstances of having lost our home. His approach was honest and straight forward, no gimmicks, he taught us how to deal with the insurance companies; and when we could not get any further he stepped in and helped us get the rest of the money we were owed but could not get on our own. Pete has integrity in a World that has forgot the meaning of honesty in doing business. I will always be grateful and consider him a dear friend.”


William Piatkiewicz

Tucson, Arizona

Learn To Obtain a Much Fairer Settlement Yourself...

What Damaged OR Destroyed Your Home OR Business...


Fire, Flood, Hurricane, Earthquake?


Do you feel Uncertain, Confused, Lost, Overwhelmed, Frustrated, or just plain Worn Out trying to deal with:


- The Claim Representative or Adjuster


- Understanding your Policy


- Why Appreciating Assets are Depreciated


- Definitions from the Policy


- Interpreting and Understanding Endorsments and Exclusions


- Recognizing your Claim as a Business Negotiation


- Preparing: your Claim, the values, 4 Inventories, and/or "Proof of Loss" forms


- Being "Under-Insured" after the Agent told you that you were fully covered


- Accepting or Rejecting the insurance company Settlement (probably a "low-ball") Offer... is it fair or not, and how do you possibly know?


Remember: A "Settlement" is just an offer, not an agreement - unless you accept it.


Has it has been too easy dealing with, and maybe even settling, your property claim? If it has, then consider: Have you ever sold something so quickly and easily that you knew you had significantly under-priced it? This can easily happen to you. Then the insurance company wins BUT you lose! Remember: Settled and Closed claims may be re-opened!


Be sure to have a complete Professional review of your claim and situation, once you have received at least your Dwelling, Other Structures, and Trees/ Shrubs/Plants Settlement Offers... before your sign a "Proof of Loss."


That Professional opinion (whether or not you are being paid fairly for your loss) is critical to your rebuilding and finances, and that's most important to know.


"Under-Insurance" (for total losses) and "Insulating Glass" Units-dual pane windows & doors (for partial losses) are THE 2 LARGEST PROBLEMS for the property owners within the "CSFD's Fire Zone" in Mountain Shadows.




For Partial losses:


The major dual pane window and door manufacturers ("Andersen", "Pella", "IGW", and "Cardinal") ALL AGREE THAT:


These units almost certainly have imperceptable damage to: hardware, glass, seals, weather-stripping, frame, sliding mechanisms, flanges, etc., which most likely results in failures within several years since being exposed to heat over 160 degrees F, such as in a fire, and therefore Should Be Replaced. Also, their Warrantee is no longer valid or in force for any "heat related" damages.




For Total losses:


"Under-Insurance" is commonly known by the insurance industry to cause about:


2/3 of US Homeowners' homes to be "Under-Insured" by 50% or more, and


3/4 of US Homeowners' contents to be "Under-Insured" by 50% or more.


Think about that for a moment or two:


If you and 2 neighbors/friends have TOTAL losses, then 2 of you probably are "Under-Insured" on 50% (or more) for your homes AND your contents.


There may well be a solution, which has been quite successful... without a lawsuit in most claims.  Just how hard do or did you work to obtain a net, after tax, $100,000. or $250,000. or more?


Probably pretty hard. Don't let money that you should've been paid just walk away while hearing: "Its too bad that you're so Under-Insured."  In almost all situations, an Agent said: "You are fully covered by your Replacement policy."


So... why do you find out now that you aren't "fully covered"? Isn't that a brokenpromise?


If this is your situation, or becomes your situation...