Surely it’s alright to give a little discount when financing a new roof through insurance? After all, what the insurance company doesn’t know won’t hurt them, and they will be paying most of the cost anyway. So there’s no harm in waiving the deductible, right? WRONG!
Nebraska recently has passed legislation prohibiting residential contractors from rebating insurance deductibles, in full or in part. This law is called the Insured Homeowners Protection Act, and it clearly states that contractors may not discount or waive deductibles, or in any way pay an insured person.
SOURCE: Weathershield Roofing
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