Insurance Documentation Videos

Many firms are recording the prior evaluation of the adjacent land for insurance purposes prior to undertaking a new construction site. 

It’s crucial to document a job site prior to construction or site demolition with video and photography if you want to avoid costly lawsuits.

Home insurance documentation videos by drone
Home insurance documentation videos by drone

Having construction progress video and photography documentation allows you to resolve disputes before they escalate to legal action.

Builders are often held responsible for preconstruction damage, and consequently, contractors are blamed. To avoid disputes and wasted time, clear construction progress documentation using video and photography is the best approach.

Drone imagery of construction progression for insurance documentation

It is sometimes critical to document events like storms, tornados, fires, any and all damages for insurance purposes, whether you are the insurer or the policyholder. Making sure there is a permanent record of such events can protect either party in the event of a claim or a disputed claim. We can help with hard evidence to support your case.

Drone aerial image documentation of devastated home
Drone aerial image documentation of devastated home

By having video and photography documenting your most precious assets, the insurance company will know exactly what you had and in what condition it was in.

Property Documentation by Drone for Insurance
Property Documentation by Drone for Insurance

When a disaster occurs, the last thing you want to do is try to explain in precise details to an insurance claims adjuster. The Video speaks for itself and you can send it to your insurance company to file with your policy before hand.

Construction progression videos and photos
Construction progression videos and photos

Fred Hamann, St. Louis Videographer, 314-892-1233.

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