Risking his job, Robert Winter, a 25-year veteran FEMA inspector, reveals what insurance companies and FEMA don't want you to know about how to get the most money from your insurance AND FEMA should a disaster occur. With weather experts predicting a harsher than normal 2015-16 winter due to the effects of the El Nino phenomenon, the time to read this newly-released manual is now.
This awesome, straight-forward guide will take you step-by-step through the process of filing an auto claim. In it's few pages you'll find tips to help you navigate the claim while saving time. With a glossary of common lingo used when on the phone with insurance companies, you'll be able to know what's going on with your claim. Plus the checklists are sure to simplify this frustrating process.
A victim of a workplace accident, Dave lives alone. His Postlady's daily visit is one of the highlights of an otherwise dull life. One day a woman from an accident claims company call-centre telephones him to offer help making a personal injury claim. Happy for the company, Dave tells her all about his accident. Soon the whole call-centre is listening-in. But all does not end well.
An English dysfunctional family are hit by the father's terminal illness. They spend his forthcoming life insurance payout on brightening up their lives before his passing. But the conspiracy doesn't become apparent until it is thought to be too late. But is it ?
An American ex-serviceman vanishes in Manila's sleazy after-hours scene, and a foreign businessman turns up dead at the same time. Apparently both were customers at the same honky-tonk dive. One is a lovesick loser, but the other is insured for 1.5 million dollars--which he aims to collect on his own body.
This is the best book you can own on the strategies YOU need to use to get the insurance companies to pay you ALL the money you are entitled to collect when you have a claim. Wouldn't you agree that nothing else matters about insurance other than getting the claim PAID IN FULL?
This book should be on the shelf or in the glovebox of every person who drives a car or lives in a home or apartment.