Even as states like Florida look to return to a degree of normalcy in the age of COVID-19, the pandemic is still a threat and social distancing remains an effective way of preventing the spread. With hurricane season looming, there is always the possibility of a storm wreaking havoc on a property. One insurance company is meeting the unique challenges of this year’s hurricane season by doing things a little differently.
Under normal circumstances, an insurance company would send an adjuster out to evaluate the damage to a home and determine what repairs need to be made. As people prefer to contactless solutions whenever possible, one insurance company is using modern technology to virtually survey property damage without having to step foot into someone’s home. The technology involves a real-time virtual tour where homeowners can communicate with the claims handler as the walkthrough of the damage is being done.
Will this new technology become the norm? Only time will tell. To read more, visit https://finance.yahoo.com/news/mercury-insurance-assists-homeowners-insurance-160000244.html.
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