Fire Damage Claims
Let Us Settle Your Fire Damage Claim
If you need help with a fire damage claim, we can immediately help. A fire insurance claim can be the most complex and involved type of property loss to navigate. We start by protecting your property, taking inventory of the damages, interpreting your insurance policy, meeting with your agent and being by your side every step of the way. While following the lead of the claim adjuster from your insurance company may seem like the path of least resistance, doing so will often lead to settlement delays, a grossly under-adjusted settlement and limited options for rebuilding and restoring your property and possessions. Our public adjuster knows exactly how to navigate the fire insurance claim process to a fast and accurate settlement. Rather than allowing the insurance company to dictate the claim process our approach allows you to control the pace and settlement of the claim. This means you will be fully compensated in the most efficient way.
Fire Damage Statistics
The National Fire Protection Agency is an independent commission that compiles data with the intent of improving fire safety. They report that there were over 475,000 residential fires in the United States in 2016 alone. These fires accounted for over $7.5 billion in property damage. Fire damage creates many victims who suffer substantial financial losses – if not the complete loss of their home.
Residential fires are typically caused by:
- Electrical malfunctions
- Faulty circuit breakers
- Faulty air conditioning and furnaces
- Lightning equipment
- Stoves, barbeques and other cooking equipment
- Wiring issues
- Improperly stored flammable materials
Our task is to Get the Highest Possible Reimbursement Under Your Insurance Policy
Fires are extremely dangerous and destructive and have a severe impact on properties. In many cases, fires lead to additional property damage beyond what can be initially surveyed. A residential fire can lead to electrical shortages, structural damage, residual carbon monoxide emissions, plumbing issues, water damage and even mold. These are all factors that must be considered when filing a home fire insurance claim. As your public adjuster, we will look out for your interests only and our goal is to obtain the maximum recovery possible for your insurance policy.