It’s been a bad year for wildfires in Florida.
As of mid-May, the state had lost 170,000 acres to fires, according to Florida’s agriculture commissioner. There were more than 2,100 reported fires, the result of drought conditions.
If you’ve been the victim of one of these fires, a public adjuster can work with you to help recover some of what you’ve lost.
Read on to see how a fire public adjuster in Florida can help you.
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It’s something we see all too often in our line of work: Someone has had a claim denied by their insurance company, and they come seek out a public adjuster for help.
Unfortunately, there’s not much we can do for people after a claim is rejected. But a licensed public adjuster can play an important role when they become involved early in the process.
Read on to learn how using a public adjuster can help you avoid claim denial.
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When you’ve suffered property damage, you’re not required to simply assume that the insurance company is providing you with adequate compensation for the loss. You’re well within your rights to hire a licensed public adjuster. In fact, when all is said and done, you’ll be glad you did.
One of the biggest challenges most owners face when looking at their destroyed property is being so overwhelmed by the destruction, they’re unable to fully process the magnitude of the loss.
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We all take steps to prepare our homes in case of a fire.
We keep fresh batteries in our smoke alarms, we make emergency plans with our families, we put rescue stickers for kids and pets on the windows for firefighters to see.
But have you thought about what would happen after a fire? Even a small fire is likely to cause some damage, and you’ll want to file an insurance claim.
Here are some things you should know about that process.
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There are very few experiences in life more traumatic than standing by helplessly as your home is destroyed by flood damage, fire damage, or some other form of unavoidable catastrophe.
And yet no matter how stressful and frightening it may be to live through a natural disaster, the fact remains that if you’re a homeowner or business owner, you now have the added stress of needing to submit an incredibly detailed claim to your insurance provider.
Indeed, if you have any hope of being reimbursed for the damage caused to your property and its contents, preparing an accurate insurance claim should be one of your very top priorities following a disaster.
There a number of other steps you’ll need to cross off your post-disaster to-do list at the same time, however. Many people who find themselves in such a situation discover early in the process that hiring a public adjuster can be a huge time- and energy-saver. It can also lead to substantial financial savings (more about that later).
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