Hurricane & Wind Damage
Hurricane & Wind Damage can devastate a home or commercial property. As a result of high winds Lightning Damage can also occur from an electrical surge which can short out computers, appliances, phone systems and the building’s electrical systems. Lightning doesn’t even have to hit a home directly to result in property damage. For example, a neighbor’s tree can be struck by lightning, or Hurricane & Wind Damage, and fall on a nearby home leaving it uninhabitable. Trying to get a claim settled in this type of case is especially vexatious.
After Hurricane & Wind Damage, a home or business owner should be sure that the property is safe to enter – no “live wires” or downed electrical lines, for instance. Then, the extent of the damage to the house and property should be determined. Can the structure be repaired? Has the Hurricane & Wind Damage led to the destruction of the appliances or electronics? What about the furniture and clothing? If the Hurricane & Wind damage is extensive, a business may not be able to operate or a home may be left uninhabitable. U.S. Claims Adjusters can assess the full extent of the damages – to the interior, electrical system as well as to the structure itself – for Residential and Commercial properties and help you settle the claim in a timely manner so you get the compensation you deserve.
Filing a claim with the insurance company for damages relating to Hurricane & Wind Damage can be very challenging. U.S. Claims Adjusters can alleviate this aggravation by taking on most of the paperwork, and in the end, increasing the amount of your settlement.
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