TIAS can come in AFTER the fact and provide the information and proof needed for an insurance claim. TIAS will also help insurance companies determine whether or not there is the possibility of a co-insurance issue with the claim.
96% of all commercial and residential insured properties could not provide a detailed list of contents.
Tony’s expertise has expanded to include Commercial and Residential content appraisals before, but most often, after a loss.
TIAS can come in AFTER the fact and provide the information and proof needed for an insurance claim. TIAS will help insurance companies determine whether or not there is the possibility of a co-insurance issue with the claim.
We work directly with clients, walking virtually and physically through their premises to rebuild a list of contents piece by piece. Tony’s knowledge allows him to extrapolate from the client’s memory, the property layout and any content remnants, to compile a complete inventory of the building contents.
TIAS works with the insurance company and adjusters to provide a variety of reporting formats in order to customize each appraisal. Every report includes the necessary information in the requested report style including, if desired, depreciated values and replacement costs.
TIAS was founded in 2001 after changes in the insurance requirements stated that in the event of a loss, homeowners, business owners and trades-people must provide proof of the loss. This created an overwhelming demand to help protect commercial and residential investments.
TIAS services are utilized by insurance companies, financial institutions, Barristers and Solicitors and in estate settlements ranging anywhere from $500.00 to $55 million. At TIAS, our expertise and professionalism have taken us all the way from an Arctic Diamond Mine with fire and water damage to an organic maple syrup sugary devastated by Hurricane Arthur.
Interested in learning more about our services? Please do not hesitate to call us to explore how we can be of help. Our quick response time and rapid turnaround can be a real asset in your work as an insurance adjuster.