Over the past ten years water damage claims have steadily increased to the point where they have overtaken all other property losses combined. Written to provide professional insurance adjusters with a basis for assessing flood and water damage risk. This guide is a combination of two articles published for the Ontario Insurance Adjuster's Association magazine Without Prejudice in April & May 2010
Chuck and Wayne are not exactly sure how they got into this mess but they need to hang on long enough to figure a way out. This team of seasoned tax investigators has the authority and the tools to dig into any individual's personal and financial affairs. Courtesy Flush is the second in a series of spoofs recounting how two middle aged guys try to keep it all together just long enough to retire.
There are basically three main areas of concern when assessing the ability of a building to resist wind damage. Written to provide professional insurance adjusters with a basis for assessing risk.
Copyright by Willy G. Henderson and published in the Ontario Insurance Adjuster Association's magazine 'Without Prejudice' on page 16 of the June 2010 edition as, "The Times They Are A-Changin'."
Chuck and Wayne are not your average government revenue investigators. Experienced tax auditors, these two have been given a lot of power to seek out those who have not been reporting all of their income to big brother. However, they never counted on running into a guy like Bill Keough, who wasn't going to let two big city government men push him around.