Britta M. Moss

Property & casualty claim consultant and expert witness

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Expertise

Personal & commercial lines claims involving auto & prop. damage, bodily & pers. injury, premises & commercial gen. liability, un-/underinsured motorists, med. payments, personal injury protection, allegations of bad faith & extra-contractual exposure

Education

The Ohio State University (B.A. Criminology)

About

Britta M. Moss, CPCU, SCLA, AIC-M, has over 25 years of insurance industry experience. In her work as a property and casualty claim consultant, she provides consultation and expert witness services in claim handling standards, practices, and norms.  She has been retained by law firms representing plaintiffs and those representing insurer defendants involved in disputes or litigation regarding coverage analysis, investigation, liability determination, damage evaluation, negotiation and settlement.  She is a graduate of The Ohio State University.  

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Selected stories from Britta

Mobile home insurance guide

Learn about homeowners insurance for your mobile home and what it covers. Information about what it is, how it works, best companies and more.

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Does homeowners insurance cover roof replacement?

If your roof is damaged beyond repair by a covered peril, like a fire or bad weather, home insurance will cover the costs of roof replacement.

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Does homeowners insurance cover broken TVs?

Homeowners insurance covers personal property loss — including broken or stolen TVs — when it’s caused by a covered peril, including fire, lightning, and vandalism. But if your TV falls off your wall or it simply stops working, you likely won’t be covered.

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