When we had a big ice storm I lost my tower and antenna.
NUMBER ONE BIG HELP WAS MY LOCAL INDEPENDENT INSURANCE AGENT. He helped me
through the whole process and we obtained full compensation.
I did obtain an estimate from a local tower company, which included the cost
of tower, tower installation and antenna installation. Since my antenna was
home brew I included a picture of it and a commercial catalogue picture and
price for something similar in size and complexity.
Keep in mind that the insurance company is compensating you for your loss
and you should be free to spend that compensation however you please whether
it's for a new antenna or a new car unless your policy stipulates something
Gene / W2LU
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Jordan" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, August 29, 2011 9:02 PM
Subject: [TowerTalk] State Farm Insurance Claim Experiences
> OK Boys... thanks for all the inputs.
> 99% of respondents had a good experience. Some received checks within a
> week of the claim. Those most successful had an estimate to replace
> provided by a tower company. It didn't matter whether the tower was
> attached to the dwelling or stand-alone. It's worth keeping records of
> the cost of towers, antennas, coax, rotors, etc.
> Looks like my friend should be OK with his claim as long as he uses a
> professional estimation company.
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