What are you REALLY owed when your claim is covered?
January 19, 2018
Hosted by Rhonda Lukie
So your claim is covered. Good for you! But do you know what you are really owed? Your policy may or may not cover 100% of what it costs to repair the damages. The damages may cost $10,000, but you only received a check for $6,000. How do you recover the rest of the money? Are you owed that money? What can you do with the money you already received? Listen in to this weeks show to find out more about how to cover your damages at 100%, how your claim gets paid, and how to make the most of your property settlement!
CYA with Rhonda
Friday at 6 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Variety Channel
CYA is a radio program about insurance for the everyday insured, designed to inform you about loss prevention, what insurance covers, what is not covered, what to do when you have a loss, what to expect, and understand how to get policy coverage for what you need, not what you believe you have. We’ll also speak to those starting out in their careers and explain how being involved in the insurance industry is one of the most exciting careers to have.
Rhonda Lukie helps educate people to protect themselves under their policies. She provides a new outlook to someone looking for a career. Do you know what your policy really covers? Find out on CYA with Rhonda, Fridays at 6 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.
Rhonda Lukie is an Independent Insurance Professional with in-depth knowledge, experience and understanding of the insurance industry. She possesses demonstrated leadership skills in developing results-driven programs while using a creative and analytical approach in company operations. She uses foresight in determining company needs by analyzing past situations and resolving potential future issues while managing costs and risks.
Rhonda is a licensed adjuster in 22 states with experience in both Property & Casualty, handling both Standard Lines and Excess & Surplus Lines. She has successfully examined and managed all types of losses from simple auto to multi-million dollar commercial losses. Having worked with both large and small carriers, she is highly experienced in risk assessment, claims management, policy interpretation, field investigation, estimating, and third-party vendor management, while having great success in litigation and special investigations/fraud claims. She has used her expertise in best practices and good faith handling to develop claims training materials and claims handling procedures. Her passion is to educate fellow claims adjusters by sharing her knowledge and experience.