Typically, homeowner’s insurance covers any physical damage to your insured properties. Therefore, like other damage claims, windstorm damage can be relatively simple depending on the situation. If wind were to damage your roof, siding, or any part of your house, then the claim is as simple as getting the funds to replace this damage.
Where a windstorm damage claim becomes complicated is when a storm leads to more damage than simply wind damage. An example of this is water damage that can be caused by collapsed sections of a structure. This water damage then can lead to a whole new list of property damage. With this in mind, when filing your windstorm damage claim, it is important to document all damage. This includes the type of damage and how it occurred. Our Public Adjusters can help assess all damage that occurred to properly file a claim.
As with all claims, information and documentation is a must. Take photos, video, and write down descriptions of all that happened; this can be vital in proving that any damage caused by a windstorm actually did occur because of the storm. Without proper documentation and information, your insurance provider may try to claim that some of the damages were preventable, and thus not part of your coverage. A reputable Public Adjuster can be the difference maker when dealing with an insurance company. To save yourself time and increase the payout of your windstorm damage claim, call us today for our professional Public Adjuster’s assistance.