Hailstones vary in size and can get as large as a baseball. In 2018 alone, there were 4,610 major hail storms* that led to property damage to owners across the country. Whether you are suffering from loss to your home, automobile or crops after hail or an ice storm, you need help to get the compensation you deserve after these catastrophic events.
A hail storm can lead to holes in the roof, broken windows, water damage and shredded panels. Ice can lead to roofing issues or plumbing problems. After you secure the property, it’s time to hire the experts at 1800Adjusters™ that can navigate the claim process for you. We begin by reviewing your insurance policy to determine what is and isn’t covered.
Once we ascertain what you are entitled to, we begin documenting the damage in detail. Our team of experts includes adjusters, contractors and engineers to ensure that nothing gets missed in the process. Make sure you keep every receipt as a result of this damage and get it into our hands promptly. If the home is not safe to live in, you will also need to find temporary housing until we can get the matter resolved.
After all of the damage is documented, we submit the information to your insurance company. You won’t have to do anything; we handle the entire process on our own. Our team ensures that your claim is expedited and we don’t allow the insurer to short-change you. Our professional group are experts at helping the insurance company see what your needs are. We show them why you require the compensation you are asking for, and we make it simple to reach a settlement.
With 1800Adjusters™ by your side, you don’t need to walk through this time alone. We are here to fight for your needs every step of the way. You can focus on living your life and let us handle the stress.
In 2018 4,610 major hail storms
THAT LED TO PROPERTY DAMAGE TO OWNERS ACROSS THE COUNTRY.*
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