Insurance option

Hi all,

Being fairly new to the game, not sure if anyone can or is willing to help me out.  I received a call from my insurance agent and her regional VP would like to meet with me about using the camera for insurance pre and post claims.  I know some are doing this, but since I have not yet, I have nothing to show.  My question is this: would anyone be willing to share some captures of insurance "disasters" or situations that I could use in a presentation?  Obviously, I will give credit to whomever can help me.

Thanks a ton, and wish me luck.

Mike

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  • Hi Michael - not sure this is exactly what you're looking for, but we just published a blog post with models from the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, which are being used for insurance claims adjusting. You can check it out here.

    Hope that helps!

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  • Perfect!  Thanks!

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  • Hi @Michael Crowe  That is good news for you as i do think there a good opportunity with insurance.  I've done pre-claim scans and post claim.  

    Biggest problem with residential post=claim is they often call in the afternoon (or early evening) for a scan the next morning because they have to get started on it right away.  Commercial claims are manageable.

    But do get ready to get a little dirty, and have construction grade rechargeable LEDS.  I recommend a face mask also for some of the jobs.

    Here is one example: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=msKRJHyPNxR 

    And another: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=kmpPn3BrQY4

     

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  • Hey William.  You would think that a retired firefighter would have thought about the mask (all the carcinogens), but I totally spaced that.  Thank you much for the reply and information!

     

    MIke

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