Table of contents for The disaster recovery handbook & household inventory guide : how to recount and recover from your losses after a fire, flood, earthquake, or tornado / Amy Bach, Carol Ingalls Custodio ; with contributions by Karen Reimus, Susan I. Knowles.


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1  Steps on the Road to Recovery: What Disaster
Survivors Need to Know 1
2  Insurance Recovery 101: Basic Tips to Collect
What You're Owed 15
3  How to Inventory and Get Paid Fairly for
Your Damaged or Destroyed Personal
Property/ Contents Items 35
4  Dwelling Tips: How to Get a Fair Settlement on
Your Damaged or Destroyed Home 43
5  Frequently Asked Questions about Insurance
Issues 49
" 6  Tax Help for Casualty and Disaster Victims 56
7  Making Lists & Making Sense of These Lists 73
8  The Short List 75
9  Appliances, Furniture, & Furnishings 81
10   Electronics/Technology  86
11  Kitchen  89
12  Dining Room   98
13  Living and/or Family Room  100
14  Bedroom   102
15  Bathroom   106
16  The Laundry Area (Including Cleaning Equipment
& Supplies) 109
17  Office & School Supplies 111
18  Outdoor Living 114
19 Storage Spaces - Small & Large 117
20  Emergency Supplies 121
21  Infants & Toddlers 125
22 Kids' Stuff 128
23  Pet Supplies 130
24  Recreation, Sports, & Exercise 132
25  Travel 136
26  Camping & Backpacking 138
27  Books (Fiction & Nonfiction) 141
28  Music Categories 144
29  Movie Genres 146
30  Art, Hobbies, & Collections 147
31  The Car 151
32  Records, Documents, & The Safe Deposit Box 153
33  Shopping Green  156
34  Preparing for Emergencies: Learning from
Experience 159



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Property insurance claims United States Handbooks, manuals, etc, Insurance, Disaster United States, Insurance, Property United States, House furnishings Inventories Handbooks, manuals, etc, Disaster relief, Natural disasters Economic aspects