FREE Disaster Preparedness Pamphlets for Distribution to Clients – Help Prevent or Reduce Claims!SIGN UP FOR OUR FREE TIPS and get valuable FREE pamphlet downloads to redistribute to your organization
Tagsabatement appraisal appraisals art conservation art objects art restoration ash assessment authentication ceremonial certificates conservation construction defect contents insurance electrical fire damage evaluation expert expert witness Fine Art Conservation Laboratories fire damage Historic Property insurance claim intellectual property inventory legal testimony limited edition prints memorabilia mold mold infestation mural mural removal natural disaster paintings photos remediation restoration Scott Haskins second opinion ServPro smoke damage State Farm Thomas Kinkade transportation damage water damage works of art on paper
Contact UsEmail: email@example.com Phone: (805)-564-3438
Have a question?
Ask it here!
Tag Archives: Scott Haskins
Chubb just brought me in to look at a high priced huge contemporary painting that has been in storage for many years. During that time, the packing materials have stuck to the surface due to storage conditions, the improper wrapping … Continue reading
Art Valuation, Estate Planning, Probate, Divorce, Fine Art Insurance – The True Story of a “Priceless Icon”
Fought over in a bitter divorce settlement, then stolen and recuperated, hand delivered to me by a white gloved driver in a Rolls Royce and then threatened with my life… this story of a “Priceless Russian Renaissance Icon” has a … Continue reading
Here’s the story of a very lucky heir… that was unlucky in the shipping process of his inheritance! The insured inherited 32 wonderful framed works of art on paper, collected by his mother, by important artists from the 1970′s that … Continue reading
I write mostly about how to avoid damage from natural disasters and accidents on collectibles, photos, documents, intellectual property, memorabilia etc. I talk about protecting and saving the original valuable items, making copies as part of a back up plan… … Continue reading