A Clarion representative forwarded the following explanation regarding "unexplained disappearance" from an adjuster:
"She let me know that while we do not have a formal definition, they would defer to a commonsense definition of what it means when something mysteriously disappears. For example, I lost it, I left it somewhere accidentally, I just can’t find it… Whereas a theft is: I know I locked my car and left my laptop in the trunk and when I returned there was evidence of forced entry and my laptop was gone. Therefore, a police report was filed indicating a theft took place. She said they can even go as far to say, I left my laptop sitting on the table at Starbucks and when I realized it and went back to get it, it was gone. It was probably stolen, and I filed a police report, therefore it is a theft."Tweet
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