Insurance Claim for Flood Damage

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Flood Insurance Claim through a Public Adjuster

 The benefits of hiring a Public Adjuster for your flood insurance claim

A quick call to 1-800-428-8583 can save you time and money. One of ICC’s fully trained public claims adjusters will be happy to help with reviewing and filing your flood damage claim.

Water damage can cause unseen issues in a property with the extent of the problems often not realized until too late. Through enlisting the support of a Public Claims Adjuster when filing your flood insurance claim, you can be confident you are getting the support you need to ensure your flood insurance claim covers all eventualities.

In short, we make sure you won’t be left out of pocket once the water has dried and the damage is revealed.

With average rainfall ranging from 37 inches in North Carolina to upwards of 80 inches in the elevated regions of South Carolina state, there is always a risk of flooding to any property. The threat is real and incidents of flooding are more frequent than you might imagine. As such, insurers receive thousands of claims a year and do their best to minimize repayments.

Our Public Adjusters work with all clients - whether they hold an independent flood insurance policy or a policy covering their entire property - to ensure they can redeem as much of the value of their claim as possible. Insurance companies will seek to minimize outlays with each claim they receive and it is only through our thorough and professionally managed claims process that you are likely to redeem the maximum value from your policy.

When talking about what ICC does what's different is we look for the unobvious and hidden damages then show some photos of infrared and moisture meters. Take the guessing out of it. With our experts, you know.

No job too large.

Whether you have an individual loss of an insured property or a wide-scale declared disaster event or product liability issues with thousands of losses, we will put together a team of specialists handpicked for the specific needs of each loss. ICC's team includes the best from the public insurance industry, architects, engineers, moisture experts, etc..... 

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 insurance company;
  • documenting, substantiating, and valuing every detail and applying reasonable depreciation;
  • 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.

Public Adjusters work for you

Our Public Adjusters will work on your behalf to:

  • Assess the extent of the water damage within your property
  • Document and image all findings
  • Manage existing claims or open new claims
  • Liaise directly with your insurance company, acting on your behalf
  • Seek to obtain the full payout due according to the findings of the reports
  • Ensure your property is returned to its original state

No insurance claim is simple and flood insurance claims are arguably the most complex process to navigate of all, given the nature of the damage. Insurance companies will question claimants at every step of the way to avoid payments. Simple errors in submissions or a lack of documentation can result in reduced payments for flood insurance claims, or even outright denial of payment.

Our team of Public Adjusters guarantees a detailed service to maximize the pay-out to the policyholder through a rigorous claims process. We assist clients throughout North and South Carolina State and will soon be extending our services across the United States.

Filing a flood insurance claim

The most important step in lodging a flood insurance claim is contacting our Public Adjusters as early as possible within the process. If your property has been damaged by flooding – or you suspect that flood damage has happened whilst you have been away from your property – contact our expert advisers today and they will guide you through the claims process.

By contacting our Public Adjusters before engaging with your insurance policy provider, you give yourself the best chance of recouping the maximum possible value of your policy. Once you have contacted our Public Claims Adjusters, we will file the flood insurance claim on your behalf, handling all communications throughout the process with full transparency in all documentation.

So, if you are reading this due to an upcoming claim, don’t wait any longer. Get in touch today and let us kick off the claims process for you.

We will review your insurance policy and assess your claim; free of charge.

 1-800-428-8583 for a free consultation

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