Hurricanes are devastating,. When a hurricane strikes, you can be sure to see a trail of destruction, and a never-ending stream of phone calls, claims filing, and the stress of proving your property damage to your insurance company. It is a difficult, stressful time, where one mistake or missed step could delay the repayment process for weeks, sometimes even months.
When you have a property damage claim, your policy might state that you must prove your loss to the insurance company. Most people do not know how to even begin assessing the damages that they have sustained. The burden of proof lies with you. The insurance company only owes what you can prove.
Filing an insurance claim after the storm is an involved process. You should call your insurance company immediately after you’ve decided to make a claim. Keep in mind that the phone call is more than likely being recorded. Now you have the added anxiety of watching what you say.
Documentation is everything. Photo’s and video are the most helpful in showing the insurance company what you own and what is damaged. When you initially buy your homeowners insurance, one of the most prudent steps is to make a dated video of your property and home, including room by room shots of what will be included in the policy. This proves your ownership.
When you have to file an insurance claim due to a hurricane, there is much to consider. Most homeowners policies do not cover hurricanes, and extra emergency insurance is needed. Some policies have water and wind damage built right into the policy. Does your;s ?Understanding what your coverage includes, Reading through, and comprehending what your policy covers, is crucial. If you’re not familiar with how the claims process works, having an expert on your side is essential. That is the time to call ICC. Insurance Claims Consultants.
At ICC, we will work with you, and your insurance company, to make sure you will get the compensation that you are entitled to. Insurance adjusters are trained to make the repayment process challenging, saving the insurance company money. They work for them. Why not have someone work for you and get you the maximum money for your loss.
When the frustration and overwhelming stress of filing a hurricane property damage claim gets you to the breaking point, it’s time to call ICC and get back what you deserve. If you are not sure that you are being properly compensated, or your claim is flat out denied, we can help with the appeal process, and leave no stone upturned. Call 1-800-428-8583 for a free consultation and talk to ICC’s trained insurance professionals.
We are here to help and get you the compensation that you have paid into, and that you deserve.
ICC Public Adjusters doing business in Asheville NC
Even though Asheville NC is located in the western region of the state, hurricane damage can still be catastrophic.
It’s obvious, Call us to assist you in planning your claims process time line.
Even if you don’t hire us, we will help you get started, and offer valuable hints and insight into this complex claims process.
At ICC, we work solely on the policyholder’s behalf, so you can be sure you are getting the best independent and customer-focused service. If you don’t succeed, we don’t succeed
- Detail the full scope of property damage and estimate repair costs
- Perform content loss, personal injury and business impairment assessments
- Contract specialist to underpin and validate any claims
- Liaise directly with your insurance company, acting solely on your behalf
- Obtain the maximum pay-out possible subject to the findings of our reports
- Ensure your property is returned to its original state as soon as reasonably viable
ICC knows how to get the best value out of your policy because it is of the utmost importance.
Let us remove your uncertainty and guide you through the claims process.
Asheville is a city and the county seat of Buncombe County, North Carolina, United States. It is the largest city in Western North Carolina, and the 12th-most populous city in the U.S. state of North Carolina. The city’s population was 89,121 according to 2016 estimates. It is the principal city in the four-county Asheville metropolitan area, with a population of 424,858 in 2010.