Fighting denied or disputed crop insurance claims is complex and requires a thorough understanding of agriculture and crop insurance company practices.
Farmers are heavily dependent on the weather. Drought and storms can damage both crops and agricultural products. Additionally, storms producing high winds, tornados, and hail can severely damage outbuildings and farming equipment.
Farmers often purchase agricultural insurance in order to reduce their financial exposure in the event of a natural disaster. When they suffer damages to their farm, livestock, or crops, the agricultural insurance is there to protect them from severe loss.
Ten Tips That Every Agricultural Producer Should Know About Crop Insurance Disputes
Tip # 1 - What is the purpose of agricultural crop insurance?
Tip #2 - Why should an agricultural producer have crop insurance?
Tip #3 - What is an "insurable yield"?
Tip #4 - What is livestock insurance?
Tip #5 - What is a loss adjuster?
Tip #6 - What is "Actual Production History" insurance?
Tip #7 - What is "Actual Revenue History" insurance?
Tip #8 - What is "Adjusted Growth Revenue" insurance?
Tip #9 - What is "Crop-Hail" insurance?