Collapse Losses – Residential Insurance Claims
While a rarity when compared to fire and water damage losses, residential collapse losses certainly do occur. The way collapse is viewed by your insurance carrier as an insured peril in your homeowners insurance policy can be open to drastic differences in interpretation, depending upon who your insurance carrier is, and which jurisdiction you reside in. Don’t leave that interpretation to chance.
A licensed public adjuster who is a collapse expert can ensure you and your home make it through the difficult collapse loss insurance adjustment process, with a fair, expeditious and equitable settlement. Public adjusters work exclusively for you – the policyholder – never for the insurance company.
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.
Who have we helped?
We appreciated your ready accessibility and your willingness to get to the bottom of every issue that was presented…As a result you moved the immovable object and achieved a result that we never could have accomplished on our own. We cannot begin to thank you enough for your support, expertise and friendship throughout a very difficult time. And of course, for achieving so fine a settlement.
Esquire – Homeowner
Our insurance claims experts have helped thousands of homeowners across all types of industries. We encourage you to look through our references and testimonials and to contact us for recommendation letters. An internal review showed that our clients felt we delivered what we promised and would work with us again—facts we are proud of. We welcome the opportunity to put you in touch with past clients so you can ask them yourself.
For additional information, visit:
- Adjusting Today “Insurance Coverage For Collapse: How Has It Changed and Why?”
- “Do you need a Public Adjuster?”
- “What to Ask Before Hiring a Public Adjuster”