Fire, Flood & Landslide Claims
Evaluating from the builder’s Perspective
As communities recover from devastating wildfires, residents living in both affected and surrounding areas face higher risk of flooding and landslides. Wildfires can drastically change the terrain and make the ground less able to absorb water. Even areas that do not typically flood are now at risk for flash flooding and mudflows for up to five years after a wildfire.
This one-hour program walks through the statutes, laws and precedent that govern these claims and illustrates case studies from recent events that have standardized many outcomes.
PFCS technical consultants Deborah Murray and Alex Prokop presented the “Fire, Flood & Landslide Claims” webinar most recently on Sept. 19, 2019.
Introduce a framework for conducting a professional investigation of a personal injury that occurred in a built environment
Gain a big-picture perspective on handling fire, flood and landslide investigations from a building expert perspective
Review case studies and real-life examples