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The requirements file is the basic basis for which all requirements must be resolved. It is used by defenders to properly defend a claim. It is the source of all the necessary information to make a reasoned decision regarding a claim. An incomplete application is a danger to the insurer and the insured and is proof of unprofessional claims management. For all liability claims, it is important to remember and register facts as soon as possible after the event.
Insurance companies have adopted computerized log notes so that claims personnel can register, but not delete, notes on the conduct day by day. They do so in order to allow supervision of the claims handlers, to meet the requirements of state regulatory authorities that are called upon to deal with complaints and to be able to prove that the claim investigation was carried out in good faith.
The Need for Photos
Photographs must be of good quality, reproducible and with a negative that can be enlarged or recorded digitally with at least sufficient density for the photos to be printed, enlarged or projected in high quality.
Newspapers published the day before and the day after, the incident provides information about the weather on the date of the event, the temperature, the time of sunrise and sunset, wind patterns, smog or visibility problems and other information related to environmental conditions of the event. Other local articles, journals, or publications that provide an objective, objective view of weather, events, or other conditions that may have contributed to the event may provide valuable insight.
Police, authorities or internal security reports
Copies of all reports made by any authority regarding the incident should be obtained.
Communication with plaintiffs and witnesses
All contacts with each applicant should be specifically documented, including the date when each contact took place, the time and place of the contact, who was present at the time of the contact, if the contact was recorded by the adjuster and / or the one who demanded, and the physical condition of the applicant at the time of contact. The adjuster should record observations of castings, canes or walkers and their use by the plaintiff.
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