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As the insurance market continues to see an increase in the complexity of risks being underwritten, the techniques used by property adjusters, damage appraisers and forensic engineers must adapt. Three-dimensional (3-D) laser scanning allows adjusters and investigators to not only document the scope of damage digitally and in real time, but provides data that can be used by risk management and underwriting teams for future risk assessments.

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