Insurance

What Carriers Get From Outsourced Drone Inspections
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Outsourcing is one of the best ways to get more claim data following a large storm event. But are you sure you’re using every resource available to you? What if your team could get all the data they need to desk adjust without ever stepping foot on a property, no matter the demand? Many carriers…

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Two Ways to Reduce LAE With Drone Solutions
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Innovative insurance leaders look for technologies that improve efficiencies and give policyholders the excellent service they deserve. Perhaps the hottest solutions on the market today use drones to capture data and streamline insurance workflows. Many carriers are looking to drone technology for benefits that range from gains in productivity to more consistent data capture, better…

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Are One-Click Settlements on the Horizon?
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Customer satisfaction is an essential part of any successful company but insurance carriers in particular have a lot to contend with. Claims are stressful events for policyholders and carriers must deliver results fast or their customers will start eying the competition. To settle claims faster, many carriers are relying on insurance claims automation. As Jim…

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Case Study: How 3 Carriers Are Using IMGING to Redefine Claims
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Carriers use IMGING to streamline roof claims with automated flight, measurements, 3D models, ultra-high-res imagery, and AI-powered damage detection. IMGING lets adjusters safely and consistently inspect any roof in just a few minutes, while helping carriers reduce cycle times, prevent re-inspections, and lower loss adjustment expenses. Curious about their specific results? Read the full story…

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How Drones Can Give You Way More Than Hail Damage Pictures
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For a long time, adjusters have used ladders and a digital camera to gather imagery of hail and other damage. This takes a long time and, in some cases, excessive damage and precarious roofs can prevent an adjuster from getting on the roof and getting the pictures they need to process a claim process. These…

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No Longer a Fad: Why Insurance Adjusters Need Drones
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The insurance industry is experiencing big changes for the first time in a long time. As technology evolves and customer demands and expectations change, professionals in all industries need to adapt or get left behind. For insurance adjusters, drones are the next great way to make customers happy. Drones aren’t just a cool alternative to…

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How Will UAV-Based CAT Response Change After Hurricane Florence?
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The brunt of the wrath from Hurricane Florence might have passed, but as the storms start to settle for residents of the Carolinas, they’re just beginning for CAT responders. Global risk modeling firm RMS estimates insured losses for wind damages to be between $1.3 billion and $2.6 billion and between $700 million and $1.2 billion…

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A Detailed Look at How Drone Solutions Reduce Loss Adjustment Expenses
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The insurance industry takes a meticulous approach to innovation and insurers only consider the most viable new technologies for adoption. Led by a handful of forward-thinking carriers, the industry has been using and testing drone solutions to see whether they can improve accuracy and speed, or even provide alternative workflows that can streamline claims. Drones…

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Beyond Adjusting: How Drone Tech Improves the Customer Experience
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More often than not, hurricanes do a lot of damage – sometimes enough to displace people from their homes. This means homeowners need their claims adjusted as soon as possible so they can get back to living life as usual. Providing a good experience after a scary event is a crucial time for building trust…

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Insurers: Here’s How Drone Tech Can Help You Prepare for Hurricanes
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We’re most of the way through June and well into hurricane season – it’s a hectic time for insurance carriers and their customers. Last year, Hurricane Harvey did billions of dollars in property damage. While hurricanes are never a good thing, it’s important for insurers to prepare an effective catastrophe response so they’re prepared for…

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