The Insurance Council of Texas states that the February 2021 winter storm could be the largest insurance claims event in the state’s history*. As a result of this storm, you might be one of the many currently dealing with a broken pipe leak from the frozen weather. Does your insurance cover the damage caused by this water leak? How can you be compensated for the damages?
With a public adjuster by your side, you can focus on the recovery process and let us handle the insurance company. Here’s what you need to know.
Frozen Pipe Damage
One of the most common claims after a winter storm is from bursting pipes. When water becomes trapped in the pipes and temperatures drop, the water freezes and expands. This causes too much stress on the pipe, so it breaks. Once the water thaws, property owners are left with quite the mess to clean up.
Is Water Damage Covered by Insurance?
In most cases, a standard homeowner’s policy is going to cover the burst pipes. However, some policies require that your home was kept at a certain temperature, which might not have been possible during the storm.
That’s why before you file a claim, you need to talk to a public adjuster. We can look over your insurance policy and help you figure out the appropriate plan. We will also estimate the damages to submit to your insurance carrier.
If you attempt to file the claim on your own and are denied, it will be more difficult to get the settlement you deserve. That’s why you want the professionals at 1800Adjusters™ on your side. Let us worry about your insurance company as you get your home back in order. We are here to protect your rights, and we won’t quit until you are satisfied.
Give us a call today 1800adjusters (1-800-235-8783). We are open 24/7 and yes, we have public adjusters in Texas.
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With 1800Adjusters™, you know we are on your side. Our team has the experience and can show you our results. Our reputation in dealing with insurance companies and property owners speaks for itself. We are looking to help you, not the insurance company. Contact us today for your free consultation.
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