For Immediate Release
New Course for Claims Adjusters from Omega Forensic Engineering, Inc.
Evaluating Floor Tile Claims gives adjusters everything they need to know about tile floor damage, and earns them Continuing Education credits for the State of Florida—at no cost to them.
Parkland, Florida, United States (October 10, 2013) — Among the most common claims made in property insurance are those for floor tile damage. Adjusters must address multiple potential concerns when assessing these claims—and this class was created to help them do just that.
Evaluating Floor Tile Claims covers an array of topics, including:
- An Overview of Floor Tile Types and Manufacturing
- Proper Installation of Floor Tiles
- Floor Tile Bond Failure
- Moisture Damage to Tile Floors
- Damage to Tiles over Wood-Framed Floors
- Characteristics of Surface Damage
Students learn exactly how tiles are made, installed and damaged—and how this knowledge can be used when evaluating tile damage claims. The course includes hands-on demonstrations that show what kind of damage can be caused by ordinary household objects.
Andrew M. Knysh, P.E., the course facilitator, is president and lead investigator for Omega Forensic Engineering, a firm of engineers in Florida with decades of experience in forensic investigations of both residential and commercial damage. He has personally conducted more than 3500 investigative projects dealing with both engineering and construction-related issues, including building structure and finish damage, construction defects, personal injury, product liability and repair recommendations.
Mr. Knysh is accredited by the state of Florida to teach this course, which has been designed to assist those who hold a Florida insurance adjuster license in completing part of the 24 hours of Continuing Education required biannually, as well as giving them valuable knowledge about the best ways to deal with this very common category of claims.
Evaluating Floor Tile Claims is free of charge. Omega Forensic is now booking classes for this important course.