This week, David Roth and Chris Baur discuss an interview on Warren Buffet. The topic being “How insurance companies are using your premiums to make themselves recession proof”. Now, no business is truly recession proof but Insurance companies know how to make up for losses.
The fireworks episode for upcoming 4th of July holiday. David Roth dives into information you should know before taking on the risks of enjoying the holiday by using fireworks. Questions being answered, the differences between a claim on your home due to negligence and liability claims, what type of policies there are, exclusions you need to know about, and how fireworks (and property damage due to fire damage) might affect you.
David Roth discusses how, currently, insurance companies are not checking your roof on a regular basis when they are renewing your home insurance policy.
It is important to know your policy & know how you will be compensated when dealing with your insurance. Researching and knowing your policy as updates happen can save you time, money and confusing situations if you experience a loss that is covered.
This episode is to help demystify the timing, when to call a lawyer, as well as answer frequently asked questions The Roth Group receive on inbound calls.
Today on the Insured’s Corner, David Roth takes time to talk about the process and people all involved in an insurance claim.
What to do when you have hail damage in Colorado? Your best bet is to take photos of your roof (safely), take photos of the hailstones themselves in the palm of your hand. This little step can help you out in your insurance claim.
The Marshall Wildfire in Colorado has had a recent update. Today, David Roth is talking policy limits in certain circumstances. If you are a homeowner affected by the Marshall Fire, The Roth Law Group is available to help answer questions about your insurance policy.
An introduction to the Marshall Fire, which happened in Colorado. This show starts mid-February 2022, two months after a wildfire destroyed approximately 1,300 homes around Marshall Lake