How to Get an Insurance Check Endorsed

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If a person has a claim on their home or auto insurance, they need to have a third party sign off on the check. Discover how to take an insufficient check to remediation with help from a licensed insurance agent in this free video on insurance agents and insurance companies.

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My name is Doug Leavy. I'm principle agent and owner of Strategic Insurance Services in Clearwater, Florida and I'm going to talk to you today about how to get an insurance check endorsed. What this is referring to is if you have some sort of claim whether it is on your homeowner's or your auto, your commercial policy and you need to have a third party sign off on this check such as a bank or lean holder what to do. The first thing to do is to verify that in fact you are getting a check for what you feel is deserved. If you are not or you feel your check is less than what was deserved in the claim you can take the process to remediation which the state will allow to happen free of charge in the state of Florida. After that you would then want to go and get in touch with whoever else is on the policy, whatever leanholder or mortgagee is on the policy. You would want to verify with that department that in fact you have a claims check and need them to sign off on it as well before your final statement can be given to you. The last thing you would want to do is verify that all documentation and paper work has been finalized with the insurance company so that your claim can be expedited. My name is Doug Leavy and I'm with Strategic Insurance Services in Clearwater, Florida. Come experience a world of difference.

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