Terms & Conditions

The purpose of the Disaster Loss Valuation Report is to provide a valuation of any decline in fair market value of the subject property resulting from the identified disaster event as measured immediately before and after the event. Other than as expressly stated in Disaster Relief, LLC’s “You Can’t Lose” guarantee, Disaster Relief, LLC and its members and personnel provide no warranty, representation or prediction relating to the outcome of any tax matter or any tax deduction or loss claimed by Client or Client’s agents or representatives. Disaster Relief, LLC and its members and personnel do not provide tax or legal advice. Client should consult with qualified tax or legal professionals for advice or assistance with proper tax reporting and completion of tax returns. Client understands and acknowledges that a taxing authority (whether it is the Internal Revenue Service or any state or local taxing authority) may disagree with the valuation provided by the Disaster Loss Valuation Report or otherwise disagree with Client’s tax position, and further understands and acknowledges that a taxing authority may seek to collect from Client additional taxes, interest, penalties or fees if it disagrees with the valuation or Client’s tax position. Except as stated in Disaster Relief, LLC’s “You Can’t Lose” guarantee, Client agrees that Disaster Relief, LLC and its members and personnel shall have no responsibility or liability to Client or any other party for any taxes, interest, penalties or fees and agrees that Client will not seek damages or other compensation from Disaster Relief, LLC or its members or personnel relating to any taxes, interest, penalties or fees imposed or for any attorneys’ fees, costs or other expenses relating to Client’s tax matter. Disaster Relief, LLC’s liability for any use of or reliance on the Disaster Loss Valuation Report is limited to the amount of the fee paid for the report. The Disaster Loss Valuation provided by Disaster Relief, LLC is not an appraisal, but rather an evaluation, defined in the Inter-agency Appraisal and Evaluation Guidelines as “A valuation permitted by the Agencies’ appraisal regulations for transactions that qualify for the appraisal threshold exemption, business loan exemption, or subsequent transaction exemption.”