Water Damage – Residential Insurance Claims
When water damages your home, you need to start the clean-up process right away to limit the possibility of additional damage, including the potential for mold and bacteria to grow and spread – a process that can start within 24-48 hours of water damages occurring. Keep in mind that even though you are focused on the restoration process, it is important to contact your insurance company to file your claim as soon as possible.
There are often confusing and difficult to understand stipulations in a property insurance policy regarding what type of water damage is covered. The adjusters at Globe Midwest Adjusters International are very familiar with complex insurance language and can review your policy to ensure that the damage you’ve sustained meets the outlined conditions. Our adjusters inspect your property and make sure that your claim includes the full extent of the covered damages.
Our team will lead the claim filing efforts, freeing you to focus on getting your home and life back in order—instead of spending time learning the insurance claims process.
Our public adjusters help you get what you’re entitled to by:
- evaluating your insurance policy to establish the best possible strategy for presenting your claim to the carrier;
- valuing, documenting and substantiating every detail;
- negotiating on your behalf with your insurance company;
- keeping you informed every step of the way; and
- ultimately settling the claim for the maximum amount and with less hassle for you.
Public adjusters work exclusively for you – the policyholder – never for the insurance company.
Who have we helped?
Your attention to all the little details of our insurance policy and your team´s creativity allowed us to collect damages that we never expected to recover. You provided thorough, professional advice and we were able to negotiate a fair and equitable settlement. We could not have done it without your help!
Thomas & Linda DiBenedetto
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