Your home is more than just a place to live. It is usually a lifelong dream and investment, and always a symbol of family. For all of us, our homes hold memories and treasured belongings. When your home is damaged, you lose more than possessions. You lose an important part of your life.
Serious property damage is always distressing. But, having your residential property claim denied can leave you emotionally and financially devastated.
You may wonder:
- What do I do now?
- Where do I go?
- Do I have to start again?
- Do I have options?
Let’s face it – paying your homeowner insurance claim is not always something that your insurance company wants to do, or that is in its best interests. Sure, your carrier likes collecting your premium. But when a storm comes through, and suddenly they’re faced with paying out insurance claims totaling millions or even billions, your insurance company will cut corners wherever possible. Unfortunately for you, the homeowner policyholder, the “cut corners” attitude often includes improperly investigating or evaluating your loss and sometimes missing property damage altogether. In fact, they may deny all or a portion of a residential property claim based on a policy provision that may not even apply. Don’t let your residential property claim be one of the corners they cut.
You paid for your homeowner insurance, you deserve coverage. When you’re facing a denied insurance claim or delayed payment from a bad faith insurance company that won’t pay, let our experienced team of adjusters help you.