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ESC Launches Newest Blog Post as Florida Homeowners Brace for Summer Hurricane Season

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Educational Services & Consulting Unveils Comprehensive Blog Post on Tree Damage Inspections by Accredited Claims Adjusters

CLERMONT, Fla. - May 30, 2024 - PRLog -- Educational Services & Consulting (ESC) is proud to announce the release of its newest blog post, "How Accredited Claims Adjusters Inspect Tree Damage," highlighting the critical role of accredited claims adjusters in assessing tree damage for insurance claims.

The blog post details various scenarios in which adjusters inspect tree damage, typically following severe weather events like hurricanes and storms.

"As the coastal areas of the United States get ready for the 2024 hurricane season, we know many of our already waterlogged areas will have property damage caused by trees," Co-Owner and Chief Strategy Officer, Natalie Zimmerman said. "Even the healthiest of trees can lose limbs or fall due to high winds, water saturation or lightning damage."

These inspections are essential for determining the extent of damage, estimating repair or removal costs. Adjusters also assess whether the tree's condition or neglect contributed to the damage, influencing the claim outcome.

"We know how critical it is for all parties, the property owner and the insurance company, to properly assess what caused the damage and in the cases of trees, accredited claims adjusters review all pertinent information," Zimmerman said. "We encourage all homeowners to monitor their trees and keep records of all tree maintenance. These records can provide crucial context during the claims process and give accredited claims adjusters necessary information."

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Accredited claims adjusters from ESC hold professional certifications, such as the Accredited Claims Adjuster (ACA) designation, demonstrating their expertise in the field. These professionals undergo rigorous training, gaining comprehensive knowledge through specialized courses and on-the-job experience, ensuring they stay updated with industry standards and best practices.

The blog emphasizes the importance of accurate and fair claim processing, helping homeowners receive appropriate compensation while adhering to insurer guidelines. Accredited adjusters' excellent communication and negotiation skills can help to expedite a claim through the process.

For more information on earning your 6-20 ACA designation and joining this growing field, call Educational Services and Consulting's Clermont, Florida office at 1-800-309-2459 or read more about their accredited claims adjuster designation process on their website.

In Florida, once candidates earn their 6-20 accredited claims adjuster designation, they can apply to the state for their all-lines adjuster license. This will enable them to work on home insurance claims, auto and RV insurance claims and property insurance claims. There is flexibility to work as a staff claims adjuster or an independent insurance adjuster.

Contact ESC at 1-800-309-2549 or visit online at to discover how their courses and partnerships support continuous learning and career growth for claims adjusters.

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