Happy Thanksgiving from Provencher & Company

Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving!

In this time of gratitude, we give thanks for all of you. We value our business relationships & appreciate each. Provencher & Company would like to wish you & yours a very happy Thanksgiving.




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We will have team members available to handle the emergency needs of our clients while we allow our staff to enjoy time off with their families. If you need immediate assistance, please contact 866-722-5246 Claims should be submitted to claims@provencherclaims.com



Provencher Establishes Documented Roof Inspection Requirement Protocol

ProvpursuitOfExcellenceencher & Company is pleased to announce the establishment and implementation of a documented Roof Inspection Requirements Protocol.

In-depth investigation and analysis during the inspection and reporting process is key to managing roof damage claims. At Provencher & Company we are consistently striving to ensure our field adjusters are providing our clients and their insureds with the highest level of service and investigation available.

If you would like more information on the Roof Inspection Requirements Protocol, please contact Jim Abbott, Vice President Business Development & Client Relations, at 866-722-5246 (ext 1222) or complete the Contact Us form located on our website: www.provencherclaims.com.


Changing Seasons & Fall Leaf Colors Explained

highland-highway-leavesEvery autumn, nature puts on a brilliant show of color in many parts of the United States. From bright yellows to vibrant reds, the leaves transform, showing their rich and vibrant hues. From the Northeast United States, to the Southeast and Midwest United States, the foliage season begins in early September in the northern regions and ends in southern locations in November. Every year, travelers flock to these areas to take in the fall foliage, to catch a glimpse of nature’s splendor.
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First Lt. Alonzo H. Cushing: Civil War Soldier Receives Medal of Honor

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“As I love the name of honour more than I fear death.”
~William Shakespeare

Yesterday First Lt. Alonzo H. Cushing was awarded the Medal of Honor, the country’s highest military decoration, to recognize the heroism of the Union Army officer who was killed during the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863. Continue reading

Ohio Supreme Court Says Ambiguity Determination Must Consider Context

3b495-legalscalesimageIn the recent case of Sauer v. Crews, 2014-Ohio-3655, an insurance company asked the Ohio Supreme Court to affirm that when determining whether a policy provision is ambiguous, courts must consider the context of the provision and should not isolate the provision or weigh ambiguity in the abstract. The court agreed with the insurer and ruled that “courts must look at the provision in the overall context of the policy in determining whether the provision is ambiguous.” 

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Intruder Alert! Forensic Insider Webinar 11/19/14

Intruder Alert: When Water Takes Up Residence

Nelson Forensics Webinar SeriesA Forensics Insider informational webinar highlighting investigation methodologies of claims related to water intrusion. First, survey the different technologies used to determine the presence and extent of moisture intrusion with California Branch Director and structural engineer Jed Larsen. Then, examine case studies with compelling photos with architect B. Matthew Smith. Finally, we turn to the legal perspective of water claims with attorney Jay Old, who walks us through the ins and outs of the first Hurricane Ike claim litigated against TWIA, and his role in its “take nothing” judgment.

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Maine Snowstorm Leaves Thousands Without Power, Dumps Two Feet of Snow

maine snow nov 1-2Thousands of people in Maine woke up in the dark Monday morning after an icy blast knocked out power and buried parts of the state in almost two feet of snow seven weeks ahead of winter. Although today was expected to bring warmer weather across the East, snow is still set to fall until lunchtime in parts of northeast Maine.  Continue reading