Maximizing Your Flood Damage Insurance Claim.

Recovering from Flood Damage.

A flood is narrowly defined as “rising” water that results from heavy rain, or from an existing water source, such as a lake which rises up and enters the residential or commercial property. Anytime flooding occurs, it will require a lot of maintenance to repair the damage. You may be entitled to replacement of items affected from a flood such as carpeting, baseboards and paint. In addition, it may be necessary to request professional cleaning services.

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Handling Your Claim, Start to Finish.

Because a public adjuster is not an attorney, they are unable to go to court on behalf of a homeowner or business owner. Insurance companies know that and will often use it to their advantage. If an attorney is hired in a case after a client has signed with a public adjuster, it can result in double fees. We have public adjusters that work through us without an additional contingency fee, and we can handle every part of your claims process, from start to finish.

Let us Help Maximize Your Claim.

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  • Your consultation is free
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  • You pay us nothing unless you recover money
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