WATER DAMAGE INSURANCE CLAIMS
Water damage can come from storms and floods or from a frozen and burst pipe. Within moments, the ceilings, walls, and floors of your home can be damaged along with expensive electrical systems. Also, the moisture from water damage can lead to mold growth, making your property unsafe. The immediate need to clean up and control as much damage as possible may delay you in the beginning, but organizing a plan for the handling of your water damage claim will be vital to your recovery.
Water Damage Claim Denied?
If you suspect that your water damage claim has been wrongfully denied, an experienced public adjuster can assess the true and full value of your insurance claim and help you interpret your insurance policy language.
You should absolutely obtain a second opinion if your insurance company has denied your water damage insurance claim due to any of the following:
- “A long ongoing leak.”
- “An unrepaired leak.”
- “A preventable maintenance issue.”
- “Failure to mitigate damages.”
- “Failure to maintain heat and electricity to a building resulting in burst or broken pipe.”
- “Failure to drain or properly maintain sprinkler system.”
- “Failure to have NFIP coverage for a flood insurance claim.”