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Once upon a time there were calamities. No, not earthquakes, hurricanes or some other catastrophes, but something much less noticeable: some adjusters, welcomed with open arms, took advantage of policyholders in their time of need. Suddenly it came to pass...all the people in the land were given disaster insurance rights and rules of recovery! Nothing was ever quite the same...they lived happily prepared ever after.
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The Guide to Understanding What $ Insurance Owes
Disaster insurance rights, recovery rules and insurance company responsibilities are contained in the book, "Policy Ensurance."


"...We have reviewed the material on your web site and wish to thank you for your efforts to give citizens the information they need to cope with the issues of filing a successful insurance claim in the event of a loss. Again, thank you for your public service... "
—STATE of MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT of COMMUNITY HEALTH
OFFICE of PUBLIC HEALTH PREPAREDNESS, USA
 
 
 


The Cat In Your Hat

holding your own


Catch wind of it
Fool me once... It's a matter of TRUST


Policy Ensurance
Love being set

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Adjust
Think about it now and take comfort in being prepared to ...

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Disaster Emotional Preparedness
This is to acknowledge your disaster preparedness ...

The Rules They Are Changing

Letter to President Obama
has been sent to US President Obama...complete, unedited ...

A Day Of Reckoning
As a matter of course

Essays & Verse

Peer Support
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Assumptions
In 1960 I hired on as an insurance adjuster trainee with a large ...

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White House
But the President has paid dear for his White House. It has ...

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"...Access to information is imperative in our society, especially to information pertaining to individual rights. This includes information regarding insurance...I believe people should, at the minimum, have access to information like insurance. . .Thank you again. . .regarding the dispersal of this information."
—JAMES P. MCGOVERN
MEMBER of CONGRESS, USA

"Thank you! Our disaster relief folks have your information, and I'm sure they'll put it to good use. Please stay in touch. We really appreciate your interest and desire to help disaster survivors."
—AMERICAN RED CROSS
ATLANTA, GA, USA

Help on the way: this content is local to your area in that it affects virtually everyone in your area, indirectly or directly: property insurance policyholders. When the next news stories run having to do with a local disaster such as a hurricane, earthquake, flood, tornado, fire, etc., perhaps think of those disaster survivors and to what extent you may have helped in their preparedness and recovery. Thank you for any help you give.

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