The NOAA’s Climate Prediction Center is forecasting a busier and more violent hurricane season than usual for Florida in 2020, and so far this year, results have borne out that prediction. The Center is predicting 16 to 19 storms will sweep through the state this year, with somewhere between 6 and 10 of them developing into full-blown hurricanes, with sustained winds exceeding 75 mph. Continue reading "Hurricane season in Florida is guaranteed. How will you manage your insurance claim?"
One of the most common types of damage that occurs to many homes in the New Jersey or Pennsylvania areas is wind damage to the roof and shingles. In order to maintain the structural integrity of your home, this has to be repaired as soon as possible. However, it can often be a hassle trying to make a claim with your insurance company. Receiving the correct amount and in a timely manner becomes quite a challenge. If you’ve ever had to go through this kind of experience, you’ll know just how aggravating it can be. Whenever you’ve suffered wind damage roof or any other kind of damage to your home after a strong storm, the best thing you can do for yourself is to retain the services of a public adjuster.
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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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