Public Adjusters for Homeowners Tornado and Windstorm Damage
Before the dust settles, we can be at your side to provide the knowledge and understanding of your homeowners insurance policy. We deal with the insurance company on your behalf so that you receive the optimum amount needed for you and your family to recover.
A tornado can wreak havoc on your home, puncturing roofs and walls, breaking windows, and tearing gas and water lines. Fires can erupt from damaged gas and electrical lines, while your home can also sustain significant water damage from an accompanying storm. Even worse, a tornado can leave your family without a home.
Does your homeowners insurance policy fully cover such devastation? Our public adjusters are here to advocate on your behalf as we lift the burden of managing your claim. We assist with a thorough inventory of your valuable contents and negotiate with your insurance company to get you the maximum amount for your recovery and the future of your family.
What To Focus On After Tornado and Wind Damage
How much do I really need to know?
How much of my time will this take?
How can I minimize the emotional toll on my family?
How can I minimize the effect on my work/career?
How large of an advance should I expect?
Is there anyone on my side?
How much time over the next several months will you need to put aside to handle your claim properly? How will all of those hours affect your family? Your job?
What is the emotional investment that you will need to commit to the process?
Can you get paid for your time?
Are you entitled to an advance from the insurance company? What is reasonable?
What is your broker or agent’s role? Will his/her role be active or passive? When faced with supporting your position or the insurance company’s, where will he/she stand?
Are you familiar with the forms/practices below and what their request/issuance is telescoping? Request for a Proof of Loss. Reservation of Rights letter. Request for an Examination Under Oath.
Property Damage Losses Homeowners Claims Recovery Process
How Our Public Adjusters Help You
- Evaluate Evaluating your insurance policy to establish the best possible strategy for presenting your claim to the insurer.
- Strategy Valuing, documenting, and substantiating every detail.
- Communication Keeping you informed every step of the way.
- Negotiation Negotiating on your behalf with your insurance company.
- Settlement Ultimately settling the claim for the maximum amount and with less hassle for you.
Homeowners Our Public Adjusters Have Helped
Client References & Testimonials
After several meetings with the adjuster from the insurance carrier you came back with a settlement proposal that far exceeded any of my expectations. You got my roof totally replaced and four temporary tarps paid for...Furthermore, you took the time to evaluate my policy and found a provision which nobody had told me existed. The Tran family will be eternally grateful for the great job you did on our claim and taking us from a position of desperation after the tornado hit us to one of hope where we can now rebuild correctly with enough money.Tommy Tran
The roof of our house blew off due to 80 mph winds from a tornado. We lost our electricity and water was coming in through the ceiling fans and lights. [Your public adjuster] came to our house at 8:30am the next morning. By that evening there was a tarp on our roof and all the wet carpet was removed. He found us an apartment to stay in with great accommodations until our home was ready. [Your public adjuster] kept my husband and I in the loop so we were aware of the progress of all repairs and that we received all the monies due to us.Marilyn & Barry Dubin
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