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Claims occur in many different locations, but those that involve structures and components located under water can provide some unique challenges when it comes to properly inspecting and adjusting them.

Divers are often used to inspect and repair underwater structures as part of routine maintenance programs, but they can also be instrumental when investigating damage or defect claims, insurance-related or otherwise. If a claim involves a property with underwater structures such as a bridge, marina, pier or wharf, a dive inspection will often need to be performed in conjunction with an above-water inspection.

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