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Unraveling the Concerns: The Potential Harm of Oklahoma HB3094 to Policyholders

Oklahoma House Bill 3094, introduced with the intent of addressing certain aspects of the insurance industry, has raised concerns among policyholders. While the bill aims to bring about changes, there are aspects that, if implemented, could potentially be harmful to those relying on insurance advocates in the state.

One of the key concerns is the proposed reduction in the amount a public adjuster can charge for their services. HB3094 suggests a lighter ...

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Broken Pipes Damage Claim

Broken pipes can be a homeowner's nightmare, causing not only inconvenience but potential damage to property. Whether it's a burst pipe due to freezing temperatures or a simple leak, addressing the issue promptly is crucial to prevent further complications

Common Causes of Broken Pipes:

1.  Freezing Temperatures: In regions where temperatures drop significantly, frozen water in...

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Christmas and Fires

Fires are more likely to occur during the winter months. It’s dry outside, we have our heaters on or fires going, and we are spending more time indoors with our families. Accidents are going to happen given these circumstances. Having homeowners or renters insurance can protect you when an accident occurs. Here are a few tips to keep you and your family safe this holiday season and prevent your house from a fiery disaster.

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Oklahoma Storm Claims

These past couple years have been unusual seasons with the number of storms that have come through the state of Oklahoma. Typically, we see storm season occur during the spring and fall months with heavy rain, high winds, and some hail. In these past two years we have seen an increased number of tornados during these months but also some of these destructive storms have been in the “off” season.

In 2022 and 2023 we have seen several tornados across the state of Oklahoma in Seminole, Id...

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Success Story

We have a client that was impacted by a tornado in February damaging his home. His insurance company utilized an independent adjuster to inspect, document, and report the damages to the staff adjuster. Our public adjuster and the insured’s contractor were both present to ensure all damages were addressed. Once the staff adjuster reviewed the documentation from their...

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