What to Do Immediately After a Loss

When you suffer a property loss, the burden of proof falls on you to fully document your claim. Otherwise, your insurance company has every right to deny what you need. If you suffer from a property loss, here are the steps you want to take for your own protection.

1. Protect Yourself and Others

Your safety is the main priority. If you must enter a damaged building, please be careful. If you have any doubts about your safety, do not go in. Instead, contact local officials to determine the status of the structure first. Additionally, you want to report any downed power lines or gas leaks to the appropriate authority.

2. Prevent Further Damage

If there’s a way to prevent any more damage from occurring, do it. For example, you should have the electricity shut off if there is water in the house. You can also put a tarp over a hole in your home’s roof to prevent further flooding. Your insurance company will want to know that you did everything you could to avoid further damage.

3. Contact 1800Adjusters™

You don’t want to make a mistake when filing your insurance claim. If you make an error or you overlook something, the entire claim can be legally denied. Instead, reach out to 1800Adjusters™ first. We will work on behalf of you to get what you deserve.

Our team reviews your policy to see what’s covered. Then, we evaluate the property that was lost and carefully document everything. If an expert is needed to appraise the damage, we handle that as well. Once everything is documented and your immediate needs are met, we reach out to the insurance company. Let us deal with the stress for you.

When we call the insurance company, they know you mean business. Your claim will be expedited and we won’t quit until you are satisfied. Call us before you do anything else, 1-800-235-8783.

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