What does it mean to support a claim?

What does it mean to support a claim?

A supporting claim is any argument that, if accepted, will make it easier to prove the primary claim. Sometimes, this involves making a distinct argument that only helps to prepare an audience. More often, it involves establishing a piece of fact (also see evidence) or advocating for a judgment of value.

What’s a claim in an essay?

✓ A claim is the main argument of an essay. It is probably the single most important part of an academic paper. The complexity, effectiveness, and quality of the entire paper hinges on the claim. If your claim is boring or obvious, the rest of the paper probably will be too.

Do you have to accept an insurance settlement?

Yes. If you do accept it may end your insurance policy and you will no longer be insured-unless you can negotiate with the insurer that they will still insure you. Before you accept a cash settlement you should make sure you can get your property insured.

How do insurance adjusters investigate?

The Adjuster Asks You for Information When you hear from the insurance company, expect them to start by asking you what happened. They want a summary of how the accident occurred and will likely want to ask follow-up questions. The police accident investigation report. A police report if the police generate one.