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The Claim Partner offers a variety of services to help homeowners and businesses recover from property damage. They specialize in helping clients with hurricane damage, water damage, mold damage, roof leaks, flood damage, and plumbing problems. Their team of experienced and licensed public adjusters will fight for your best interests, ensuring you receive the full and fair compensation you deserve.

The Claim Partner can help you maximize your recovery, fight for your best interests, and ensure you receive the full and fair compensation you deserve. They can review your policy, assess the damage, and advise you on the best course of action. They can negotiate the settlement amount to ensure it adequately reflects your losses. Public adjusters are not mandatory, but contacting one early can be beneficial.

Hurricane insurance and flood insurance are often conflated, yet they serve distinct purposes. Flood insurance safeguards against damage incurred from flooding, encompassing various sources beyond hurricanes, such as plumbing leaks. On the other hand, hurricane insurance typically merges coverage for both floods and windstorms, specifically addressing damages inflicted by powerful winds like those from hurricanes.

Water damage insurance, included in many homeowners insurance policies, safeguards against sudden and unintended water-related harm. It does not extend coverage to damages resulting from the homeowner’s negligence or inadequate home maintenance. Additionally, separate coverage typically applies for flood-related incidents, if available.

Damage resulting from a hurricane-induced flood is typically not included in standard homeowners insurance. To safeguard against such occurrences, it’s essential to obtain a separate flood insurance policy. In areas prone to flooding and hurricanes, mortgage agreements may mandate flood insurance. Nevertheless, it’s prudent to evaluate coverage options, especially if residing in a flood-prone region, regardless of its official risk designation.

A home insurance adjuster has the authority to decline your claim if the damage is attributable to a situation not covered by your policy or falls within exclusions. This underscores the importance of thoroughly understanding your policy’s coverage and limitations. It’s essential to periodically review your policy to ensure you’re adequately protected. Additionally, maintaining your property, such as regular roof inspections, can help prevent claim denials due to issues like neglected maintenance. Therefore, staying proactive in both policy comprehension and property upkeep can safeguard your ability to successfully file claims when needed.

When you hire a public adjuster, they’ll thoroughly check and properly value your claim. If your claim gets delayed, denied, or you’re not paid enough, you have options. A trusted adjuster can help you figure out what to do. We’re here to assist you.

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