Since it began, the latest California wildfire continues to make the news as it pushes through portions of Yosemite National Park, with more than 110 structures now said to have been destroyed, according to the LA Times. In addition to the way this can disable other contingent residential areas, claims processing specialists might need to take into account the exact way in which insured buildings were destroyed and how this effects the terms of coverage, especially when outside forces enter in.

The containment process has drawn upon the national capabilities of an unmanned aircraft to try and reduce the spread of the blaze. Reports are confirming that this is already taking effect, with the fire being 30 percent under control.

The drone, a Predator model, is used to see over the site of the central Californian conflagration and help coordinate relief efforts among the different crews. With the fire currently reaching more the 300 square miles of land, a representative from the state's forestry department, Daniel Berlant told the Times of the benefits this approach has granted them in the ongoing battle.

"That's given us a greater opportunity to get in there and strengthen our containment lines," Berlant said. The craft is expensive to use but the effort has reportedly improved since it was employed, and the fire is expected to be taken care of over the course of the next two weeks.

If your firm is uncertain how outside factors contribute to the way how different claims are assessed in light of the events that consumed or destroyed them, a claims outsourcing solution might bring the right assistance to your endeavors.