Filing an insurance claim for your business after a fire can turn into a long and lengthy process as you try to recover what your damages are worth. While a number of different factors can affect your claim and how long the claims process might take, these three business insurance claim tips can help you speed up the process and make sure you get what you’re owed.* Read more
It’s been nearly a year since Hurricane Irma hit Florida back in 2017, yet almost half of those insurance claims are still not resolved. As we move into 2018’s hurricane season, many property owners affected by the devastating storm are worried – and for good reason – if they’ll be able to take care of repairs before another storm wreaks further damage. Read more
Tampa (June 12, 2017) – A small earthquake rattled Western North Carolina a few days ago. Despite being 2.6 magnitude, the earthquake did cause enough damage in Wilkes county that will force many property owners to start the insurance claim process. Read more
To help you navigate your claim and help you get the maximum amount that’s owed to you, be sure to ask these important insurance claim process questions before signing anything.* Read more
Hurricane season is quickly approaching, but is your insurance policy ready? While it’s too late to update your policy after a hurricane hits, you can review your insurance policy before hurricane season to ensure that you’re covered.
Be on the lookout for these three important details for hurricane season outlined in your insurance policy. Read more
Although flood damage is not usually included in a regular homeowner insurance policy, many people who live in areas that often experience flooding obtainseparate flood insurance through the National Flood Insurance Program, or NFIP. If you’re dealing with flood damage and have a flood insurance policy, follow these four tips for getting the most out of your claim. Read more
Whether you’re up against storm, fire or water damage, filing an insurance claim can be a headache if you go it alone. Instead, you might want to look into the pros and cons of hiring a public adjuster to help you file your claim.
If you find yourself in any of these situations, working with a public adjuster could be the way to go.
Fires can be devastating disasters, and on top of the emotional wreckage they can cause, they can also be a financial burden on a homeowner or business owner. If you need to file an insurance claim after a fire, keep these tips in mind to help make the process go as smoothly as it possibly can.
No matter which way you slice it, having to file a property insurance claim isn’t fun. That said, the process doesn’t have to be a huge headache and a total time suck for you. Follow these four tips for handling your insurance claim like a boss and kicking stress to the curb.
If you need to file a homeowner or business insurance claim, hiring a public adjuster to help ensure that you get the maximum amount you’re owed can be beneficial. When choosing the right public adjuster, you’ll want to ask some questions about his or her education and training to make sure you’re working with an experienced leader in the field.
These three questions can help you gauge the experience level of a public adjuster so you can make an informed decision on who to hire.
If you need to file an insurance claim, you might be feeling overwhelmed or even downright confused. This process can be a bit daunting, especially if you’ve never had to go through it before. To help you get through the process without losing your mind, here are four must-know insurance claim tips.
At first glance, water damage and flood damage might seem to be one in the same. After all, they both involve large quantities of water entering your home or business and causing damage. Here’s the catch, though: one of these types of damages is usually included in a regular insurance policy while the other is not.
Take a closer look at water damage vs. flood damage and what this means for your home or business in the event of an emergency.
Let’s say you needed to hire a plumber or an electrician to work in your home. You would expect him or her to have certain qualifications, right? Well, the same goes for hiring a public adjuster to help you file an insurance claim. In fact, there are specific requirements to be a public adjuster set by the state in which they’re located.