- Receipts of all purchase contracts and items you bought.
- Appraisals, which are typically ordered by manufactured home lenders during the approval process.
- Written descriptions such as the serial number, make, model, date of purchase, original cost or estimate and any improvements made to those items.
- Photographs and videos. You can use your camera to have a visual record of what happened on your personal property. You should make sure that you zoom in on any serial numbers of your electronic appliances. Close up photos of all belongings should be obtained, and audio commentary should capture any additional details.
What Evidence Do You Need for Home Owner’s Insurance Claim?
If you want to avoid doing battle with your home owner's insurance company, it's a good idea to be as prepared as possible when you initially submit your claim. Despite the fact that your policy outlines specific requirements that you must meet in order to present a home owner's insurance claim, it is still possible to find yourself with a home owner's insurance denial even when you have followed all of the necessary mandates from the company. There are several different types of evidence that you should gather as soon as possible after the incident that left you with damage. These include: