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  • Writer's pictureCraig Whitaker

What Should I Know to File an Insurance Claim for My A/V system?


Due to unfortunate circumstances, there are times when our clients need to file an insurance claim for their A/V system. First, unless it’s a total loss, have a professional A/V company determine and write a report for what and what is not in good working order. Although some equipment may appear to be in good working order, unless tested, there is no way to know if your system is working properly. When selecting the A/V Company, confirm beforehand, the company is willing to work directly with your insurance provider. This will give you the comfort of knowing that any questions your insurance provider may have, will be answered correctly. Additionally, the A/V Company will know if the new replacement equipment will integrate and work with your remaining undamaged equipment. There are times, especially with older systems, when the new replacement components will not work with the older undamaged components. In this case, in order to restore your system to good working order, the undamaged, working components will need to be replaced. Please visit our website @ www.wbsouth.com.

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