HVAC Investigators to Present Breakout Sessions at PLRB Claims Conference this April

Overpaying on HVAC Claims? Indemnity Leakage Control for Property Claim Professionals at PLRB Conference in San Antonio this April

The nation’s leading provider of HVAC and refrigeration damage assessments will offer two breakout presentations

Charlotte, NC – March 2, 2016 – Hail? Lightning? Ordinary Wear and Tear? HVAC damage is notoriously difficult to decipher for insurance claims, and insurers often settle without the appropriate knowledge about HVAC systems.  HVAC Investigators (HVACi), the nation’s leading provider of HVAC and refrigeration damage assessments, will help property claim professionals change that at San Antonio’s upcoming PLRB Claims Conference this April.  The conference, hosted by the Property & Liability Resource Bureau, is the largest and most diverse in the insurance claims industry, and this will be HVAC Investigator’s second consecutive year as session presenters.

Presented by Matt Livingston, Director of Customer Education and Vendor Programs for HVAC Investigators (and co-presented by Nate Rebarchik of Integrity Insurance), the program provides claims adjusters with a toolbox of skills they can utilize the next time they receive an HVAC claim.  “Light Commercial and Residential HVAC Losses” will cover HVAC system components, arming adjusters with the ability to know when to question an HVAC claim. There are key signs of questionable claims that adjusters need to be aware of, and this session will show insurers exactly how to discern between HVAC claims and determine which ones should be further scrutinized. The presentation will conclude with important statistics on HVAC losses and a discussion on the impact of current federal regulations in settling HVAC claims.

For property claim professionals who want better visibility on HVAC claims, registration is easy. Adjusters need to first register for the conference, and once registered, log in to their conference profile. Attendees can then visit “Registered Sessions” and select the time frame of the session they would like to attend: Monday (4/18 1:30 – 3:00 PM) or Wednesday (4/20 1:30 – 3:00 PM). They will then be able to select “Light Commercial & Residential HVAC Losses” from the list of break out sessions. More information about the conference, held in San Antonio from April 17-20, 2016, is available at the conference website and specifics about HVAC Investigators can be found at hvacinvestigators.com.

HVAC Investigators (HVACi) is the nation’s leading provider of HVAC and refrigeration damage assessments.  Our prompt inspections and actionable reports help insurance carriers settle HVAC claims more efficiently and with a higher degree of accuracy.  If you’d like more information about our services or to submit an assignment, please visit hvacinvestigators.com, email info@hvacinvestigators.com, or contact us by phone at (888) 407-5224.