A hurricane can bring massive property damage, high hurricane deductibles, and an influx of hurricane claims. The scale of the damage is often severe and the claims process can be confusing, slow and overwhelming. Engaging the claim help from a trusted public adjuster will ensure your hurricane claim is given the attention and detail required to obtain quick and accurate insurance settlement.
Insurance Claim Consultants has been a powerful, effective partner for victims of every named tropical storm or hurricane to hit the United States since the early 1990s including Hurricanes Sandy, Katrina, Andrew, Hugo, Ike, and Opal. Our hurricane adjusters, public adjusters and property damage appraisers win claim settlements that reflect what the insurance company is obligated to pay based on your insurance policy and true valuation of damages, rather than what the insurance company wants to pay or simply offers.
It could take weeks after a major hurricane for an independent adjuster from your insurance company to get to your property to evaluate your claim. If you’re not ready to hire a public adjuster, these hurricane claim tips will ensure your claim stays on the right track:
What Ron Says About Hurricane Claims:
“High winds combined with low barometric pressure can create micro-fractures within the building’s external envelope such as in the roof, walls, doors, and windows. Even if no damage is immediately evident, these micro-fractures allow water to penetrate the building’s frame, potentially causing mold growth later on. An experienced public adjuster- and insurance company adjusters- should utilize roofing and infrared technology to properly investigate and document hard to find hurricane damage. ”
An experienced public insurance adjuster has the resources and skills needed to differentiate and document the varying types of damages that are often a part of a hurricane claim. Storm surge, wind-driven rain, tornado damage, water damage and flood damage can accompany a hurricane. Floods caused by storm surges and overflowing rivers won’t be covered by your standard property insurance policy but water damage from high winds such as driven rain entering though a blown out window will qualify under hurricane damage.
The inability to properly differentiate and document different types of damage is the reason why historically, many hurricane claims have been unjustly denied or underpaid by insurance companies.This happened to thousands of Hurricane Katrina and Ike claimants who had homeowner insurance claims and business claims. We assembled the right teams of public adjusters, hurricane adjusters, engineers and other claim consultants who were able to properly differentiate and document the damages which resulted in overturned denials and significant hurricane settlements on behalf of our clients.
Always consult with a trusted and experienced public adjuster if your hurricane claim is not progressing as you think it should, if you’ve received a low settlement or are otherwise unhappy with how you’re being treated by your insurance company.
As with most professions, experience cannot be replaced. This is especially true when selecting a public adjuster to provide claim help for a hurricane claim. Here are some questions to ask a public adjuster.
You have many options even if your hurricane claim has been delayed, underpaid or even denied. Take a look how our public adjusters won larger hurricane claim settlements for people just like you.
We can get your claim settlement to where you want and need it to be. Our services are FREE if we can’t win you a larger hurricane claim settlement. It’s that simple. Start on the road to recovery today.
We’re always available. Contact us today to speak to a licensed public adjuster and learn more about how we can help with your hurricane claim.
This advertisement is made under the public adjuster licensure of Ronald F. Delo Florida License Number: A065774
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