We are the only nationwide appraisal service who internally audits every claim for accuracy, completeness, and compliance before returning them to our clients. Our exclusive AccuracyAudit™ ensures that you don’t lose time returning and revising claims due to errors or missing information.
We’re a closed loop system of case management services. This means when you work with us, we assign an Appraiser to your file and this Appraiser sends the complete file back to us. Before sending it to you, it undergoes our AccuracyAudit™ to ensure quality auditing. Our competitors send the file to an appraisal service, which sends it back directly to you. No quality audit assurance is built into their appraisal services, often resulting in missed details and incomplete claims. We oversee the whole process, ensuring that repairs meet industry standards to fully indemnify the Insured or Claimant.
We also adhere to our client’s process guidelines as part of each AccuracyAudit™. With hundreds of years of collective appraisal and repair shop estimating experience nationwide, we have the expertise to maximize your savings on every claim with the most professional, accurate and responsive appraisal service in the industry.
The audit department checks 100% of the assignments coming into our company. Through human and electronic audits, estimates are in compliance with company guidelines, parts usage opportunities are maximized per carrier rules, proper repair vs. replacement techniques are adopted, state disclaimers are utilized, relevant summaries are in files, and that revisions are handled in timely manner.
This uncovers challenges before they hit the carriers to reduce estimate severity, reduce revision time, and cut back dramatically on carrier auditor issues. The IAnet Audit Team represents over 100 years of combined experience.
Supplements are prioritized through the IAnet system and tracked for fastest cycle-time. Audits are conducted checking for invoices, proper negotiations between the shop and appraiser and guideline compliance. Physical re-inspection takes place to insure that severity, fraud, and unnecessary repairs are reduced.