One of the things you’ll love about this app is the ease at which you’ll be able to enter the information and the simple method of sharing what you have, information-wise, with your loss adjuster.
Put simply, EasyClaim is an app for homeowners and property owners which have a number of valuable items within that should be insured. In the event of a possible flood, fire damage, theft or any other reason why you might need to make a claim, EasyClaim can help the insurers assess your damage easily and quickly.
We found it very simple to use and open up an account. All you need do is to enter the vital information of your insurer and of course, your own details. On the third screen across you will enter any items that you might want to make a claim for in the event of some disaster befalling your property.
Take a picture of all the valuable items such as your computer desktops, tablets, DVD recorders, televisions, printers and expensive children toys, then list them onto the inventory list. But don’t worry about trying to value each item as the app can do all that for you.
This is the really smart part. Enter into the app a short description, model number and some other specifics and an eBay plug-in goes into work to discover its value on the second hand market. The images are even time and date stamped to make it that bit more authentic for your underwriter.
Keeping all your valuable items catalogued and preserved within an app would probably help you claim the right insurance value back following a claim. You can also increase the authorized users of the app by adding the names of any else you feel could help with the inventory listing.
We liked the way you could add in items and devices at a later date too. Everything you list is time and date stamped and also can be geo-located to your property too. And in the event of a claim against your loss adjusting firm, you could transfer the information straight onto a PDF document or an Excel spreadsheet. This makes it presentable and workable within the insurance company’s records.
The app is ideal for homeowners but can just as easily be used by loss claims adjusters and even restoration teams contracted to refit damaged properties.