ClaimAssistant Releases New Florida Sinkhole Database

November 19, 2013 offers a new software product that gives consumers access to over 40,000 records of Florida properties that have the potential for sinkhole activity.

ClaimAssistant, LLC, a property insurance claim software provider, announced the release of, a web resource that aids consumers in identifying whether their home is at high risk for sinkhole activity.

The data allows consumers who have concerns about sinkhole activity to have a resource that organizes public record information in a way that can help them identify potential sinkhole issues quickly and with substantive information. The resource aids people looking to purchase a home and existing homeowners or renters that may be experiencing sinkhole related damage to their property.

“With the unprecedented amount of damage and personal safety concerns from sinkholes that occurred in 2013,” states company founder Rebecca Keiver, “We felt compelled to organize the public Florida sinkhole data in a way that is useful so consumers could be better informed about this concerning issue. Previously this data was not accessible in a way that empowered consumers to have quick, easy access to this important information.”

Website users can run a free search to see if there are any sinkhole “indicators” within 1 mile of their home. “Indicators” identify any properties where a settlement investigation or a sinkhole investigation was completed or where a geological sinkhole condition or ground dropout has occurred. Various data on specific properties and neighborhood data are also available on the site and can provide neighborhood maps and comprehensive reports on specific properties.

Source: ClaimsAssistant, LLC

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