How do you write a CDW?
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What is a CDW paragraph?
The CDW paragraph is a way of writing analytical paragraphs in which the writer’s opinion is supported by textual evidence and a detailed analysis of the textual evidence. It is one sentence (usually) and includes the author and title of the literary work you intend to cite in your DATA (punctuated correctly).
What is a value argument?
When you argue something is harmful, you are making a value argument. Example: X is bad/hazardous/hurtful/etc. Cigarette smoking is hazardous to your health. Having a gun in the house is dangerous. When you argue a proposal is advantageous, you are making a value argument.
Who gets the depreciation check?
Such claims will generally be paid by the insurer in two parts. The first check will cover the actual cash value (ACV) or depreciated value of the item. Once you have repaired or replaced the item, your insurance company will send a check for the recoverable depreciation amount.
What should you not say to an insurance adjuster?
5 Things You Shouldn’t Say to an Insurance AdjusterAdmitting Fault. Never admit fault or use apologetic language during conversations with claims adjusters. Speculating About What Happened. Giving Information About Your Injuries. Making a Recorded Statement. Accepting the First Settlement Offer.