EQC


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EQC

(in New Zealand) abbreviation for
(Physical Geography) Earthquake Commission
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Uncertainty regarding the final cost of replacement as both private insurers and EQC conduct their own claim assessments have also delayed the settlement of some claims.
The impact of living in a damaged home without any certainty around decisions on insurance outcomes and EQC claims, the loss of financial security as a result of the insurance process, and the loss of valued possessions were common issues.
According to EQC, it is continually improving customer experiences and has appointed LSI Consulting to review its customer interactions.
The EQC demonstrated its effectiveness in the wake of the main Christchurch earthquake of February 22, 2011.
He said: "I'"I've been to the EQC five or six times over the last 10 years.
Specifically, the difference in MH between PC and EQC (PC--EQC) drives the total quarterly volume variance these capacity measures imply.
Tickets starting at $25 are available at the EQC box office or by going to Ticektmaster.
Personally, our family lost our home due to earthquake damage and had to deal with the drawn out process of EQC, insurers and CERA - a process that still continues.
On the heels of the New Zealand earthquakes, plus the massive 2010 quake in Chile and the Great Tohoku Earthquake that hit Japan last March, Davey lined up a dozen insurers that provided full capacity for the EQC program--all of it within a very tight deadline.
I met many people from badly damaged homes who were still waiting for EQC assessors at the end of April.