The insurance company has not said that they will not pay for anything. The insurance company opened a claim after the burglary. Then, they took a recorded statement from me, and my adjuster told me that an investigator would probably be contacting me at some point for the burglary claim. An investigator called me today, and basically, the same questions were asked as before. The conversation today was short and not as lengthy as the recorded statement I gave. The investigator told me that he had what he needed in order to wrap this up. So, I think that everything is fine. I also filed a police report when the burglary happened. I just wanted your thoughts as to why the insurance company might be asking me about the document I signed with the restoration company and valuables. To me, it doesn't seem like it would matter because the house was secured and someone broke in and took some items. I'm not sure how that would fit in with the restoration company and the document I signed with them--I still had goods in the house, it was still my residence, even though it was not inhabitable, and I locked my house and secured everything to the best of my ability.
No, I didn't ask the adjuster or the investigator why they wanted to know my occupation; I just answered the question. Is that a standard question? It occured to me after the conversation that my occupation didn't have any bearing on the claim.