Sandwich — Cape Cod Office Opens

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Sabel Adjusters, LLC- Public Insurance Adjusters – EXPANDS to Cape Cod

Jeffrey Sabel, President of Sabel Adjusters, LLC announced the expansion of their fourth public insurance adjusting office in East Sandwich, Massachusetts. Sabel Adjusters – Public Insurance Adjusters has been advocating for homeowners and business owners for property insurance claims since 1980.

Mr. Sabel elaborated on the Cape Cod ...

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Why YOU should know the difference between Public Insurance Adjusters & Restoration Contractors

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When experiencing a loss, it is the insured’s duty to protect their property and home insurance claim from further damage. In order to complete necessary emergency repairs and mitigate the loss, restoration companies are usually one of the first responders on the scene. Depending on the incident, this can involve boarding up broken windows, turning off the main water pipes, removing damaged building materials, removing personal property to protect from ...

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March Madness carries over into April… Your Appraisal in MA Redefined

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Regarding property insurance, appraisal is a commonly used procedure to resolve disagreements over the amount of a loss. However in Massachusetts, with claims under fire insurance policies it is referred to as a “reference proceeding.” This provides that a panel of 3 arbitrators determines the amount of loss or damage.1 Think of the panel as two referees and an ...

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When Experiencing a Property Insurance Claim, a Public Adjuster Can Help

public adjusterSabel Adjusters has been a nationally recognized force in the Public Insurance Adjusting Industry since 1980. Jeffrey Sabel of Plymouth is President of the firm’s Plymouth and Rhode Island divisions.

Mr. Sabel boasts an extensive background in the industry. A 3rd generation public insurance adjuster, he has wide-ranging experience handling insurance claims for commercial and residential properties. During his career, ...

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Fire Pit Safety

What to do when your outdoor hearth gets too hot to handle

This article by Natalie Rodriguez was published in This Old House.

A blazing fire pit is a delightful comfort on cool nights—unless the fire flares out of control. For safety’s sake, take these precautions before striking the match:

  • Never place a pit closer than 10 feet from anything flammable, including your house and overhead tree branches.
  • With gas pits, make sure all vents are clear to avoid smoky ...
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Grilling Safety

Three out of five households own a gas grill, which translates to a lot of tasty meals. But it also means there’s an increased risk of home fires.

Each year an average of 8,800 home fires are caused by grilling, and close to half of all injuries involving grills are due to thermal burns. While nearly half of the people who grill do it year-round, July is the peak month for grill fires, followed by May, June, and August.