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Case Study 2

"The 95 year old man"

This claim was all the more remarkable, as it was only three doors away. Here a different loss adjuster decided the building could be dried with just 1 air mover and 1 dehumidifier. He was probably correct but the evidence in the front garden suggests that more disposals were undertaken than necessary. The electric storage heater, bricks seen in photo were some 6 inches above the water level, an unnecessary replacement cost of several hundred pounds, which can be multiplied by dozens of similarly affected homes. Remember this photo is three weeks after the flood event and the majority of contents have already been disposed off. The photo is purely indicative.



The water only lapped over the threshold. Why dispose of the electric storage heater?



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