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Latest post Sun, Jul 3 2011 7:47 PM by adjuster jack. 2 replies.
  • Sun, Jul 3 2011 4:09 PM

    Home Inspection

    Did a home inspection March 2010, our contracts are for a 6 months period, have never heard from owner concerning any type of problem, lawyer sends me a letter telling me a claim is pending for problems found in building inspection, wrote atty telling him to contact owner as per my agreement of our right to re inspect,but alas i can not reinspect as they have torn the building down and rebuilding a new one.

    How can a claim be filed when i have no way of knowing what the problems were......any comments would be appreciated.

  • Sun, Jul 3 2011 4:12 PM In reply to

    • Drew
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    Re: Home Inspection

    Shut up and stop writing letters.

    If contract calls for right to reinspect and same is denied to you the claim may flounder?

  • Sun, Jul 3 2011 7:47 PM In reply to

    Re: Home Inspection

    Woody Woodard:
    How can a claim be filed when i have no way of knowing what the problems were.

    You don't have to know anything for a claim to filed.

    I suggest you immediately report it to your professional liability insurance carrier and let the experts at the insurance company handle it.


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