Drew Houghton will join me tomorrow afternoon for Tuesday at 2 with Chip Merlin regarding the practical considerations when evaluating requirements for garden loss. Drew Houghton heads our Oklahoma City Office and was a big part of our move to new offices in Oklahoma City last year, as I noted in the Grand Opening of Merlin Law Group & # 39 ;s Oklahoma City Office .
You can see that Oklahoma City is in the middle of the big loss line from the NOAA graphic below:
Drew Houghton has been practicing law for 22 years. I consider him an expert on haggling claims and someone you want to learn from.
I would also like to make a big announcement to David and Justin Skipton from Skipton Claims Management. They recently asked me to give a speech on this subject. Requirements for hail damage are important, and their companies are trying to raise the bar for how to handle and analyze the steps to adapt hail claims. When you study and analyze what is important and then follow up with actions, you can only get better.
I know from long personal experience that David Skipton will "talk the conversation" when he approaches me after seminars, asks questions, debates me, and then promises to send something that proves his point. He also spends a lot of time studying the procedures and procedures for insurance claims set out in this article, Setting New Standards For Public Adjusting .
I try to draw attention to David Skipton and others like him who come to see me and share their views. I have found that when I can control my ego, listen and critically concentrate on what other people's opinions and points are, I can learn much more truth and understanding from my audience. Then I can be able to study and share new knowledge with others who want to do good for people and counteract those who are not.
If you are interested in pioneering practical investigations of hail damage, please join us tomorrow at 14.00 on a Facebook livestream on this link.
Afternoon Thoughts on Hail Storms
I once told Nixon that the presidency is like being a jackass caught in a hailstorm. You just have to stand there and take it.
—Lyndon B. Johnson