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Claim for Loss of or Damage to Personal Clothing
reimbursement for loss of or damage to personal clothing. The amount is based on factors such as the original cost, current market value, length of time  in  use,  and  whether  or  not  the  article  is repairable.  Articles  that  can  be  repaired  will  be deleted  from  the  claim  and  will  be  repaired without  charge. You  can  use  the  table  in  figure  3-9  as  a guide  for  determining  claim  value  for  personal clothing.   Use   the   following   steps   to   calculate the value: 1.  Determine  the  life  expectancy  rating  for the   article.   Basically,   life   expectancy   ratings are a.  all washable items—2 years, and b.   clothing   to   be   dry   cleaned   only—4 years. 2.  Find  out  the  age  of  the  article  from  the owner,  then  read  down  the  table  under  the applicable  life  expectancy  to  the  age  of  the article. 3.  Determine  the  condition  of  the  article  either from investigation or from a statement from the owner.  Three  levels  of  condition  are  defined  in relationship  to  the  amount  of  use  and  care  the article has had. a.  Excellent  condition—having  the  ap- pearance  of  an  exceptionally  well-cared-for article  that  looks  like  new b.   Average   condition—having   an   ap- pearance  expected  of  an  article  that  has  had reasonable  use,  considering  its  age c.  Poor  condition—having  the  appearance of  extensive  use,  but  not  of  abuse 4.  From  the  age  of  the  article,  read  right  to the  applicable  Adjustment  Values  column  and determine  the  claim  value  by  multiplying  the replacement cost (cost of acquiring a new article of   comparable   quality)   by   the   percentage figure. EXAMPLE: Summer  white  shirt:   Replacement   cost—$9.75; Life  expectancy—2  years; Actual  age—11  months; Condition—average; Adjustment   value—60%   of   $9.75   =   $5.85. Figure 3-9.—Chart of claims adjustment values. 3-27

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