There is an average of 1,000 tornados* in the United States each year. In addition, residents deal with a handful of hurricanes**, mainly occurring in September each year. Unlike typical wind damage, these events might not always be covered by your homeowner’s policy. Special circumstances are surrounding these weather-related instances, and a professional review is required to determine what your rights are.
Tornados are a type of wind storm wind storm In fact, any unnamed storm should be covered by your homeowner’s insurance. What many people don’t realize is that if your roof was damaged more than 25 percent, you might be entitled to a replacement roof.
Whenever you need to file a tornado claim, it makes sense to hire the public adjusters at 1800Adjusters™ first. We analyze your policy to ensure your claim doesn’t fall through the cracks. Then, we use our professional adjusters, structural engineers and restoration experts to itemize your damages.
There are many aspects involved in your hurricane claim. You have to worry about the damage done from the wind and the rain. You might endure flooding and medical bills to top it all off. At 1800Adjusters™, we ensure that every expense you have is covered.
Keep receipts for everything that occurs as a result of being displaced from your home. This includes your meals and hotel rooms. Then, we can itemize these expenses into your claim to guarantee that you don’t have to be responsible for the inconvenience.