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Hail Damage and Insurance Claims
Hail damage causes nearly one billion dollars worth of property and crop damage every year. Hail storms can spring up nearly anywhere when the conditions are right and are associated with intense thunderstorms. They can also be a warning sign of a pending tornado, as the violent atmospheric conditions can contain all the proper ingredients to produce hail.
Why you need our expert help with your Hail Damage insurance claim.
Having Insurance Claims Specialist, LLC. assess your property for hail damage you can be sure that we will perform a thorough inspection and assessment of all of your potentially affected property by an industry professional that knows what to look for, where to look, how to assess if something is actually damage caused by a hail strike and how to properly document the damage as well as negotiate your insurance claim with your insurance company for you to ensure that you receive every benefit that your insurance policy entitles you to. By doing so, you can feel confident that your interest are protected and all your property damaged by the hail is properly accounted and paid for. What do you have to Lose? We work on a Contingency Fee Basis. No Recovery / Settlement = No Fee.
Hail damage can range from strikingly apparent to often very subtle. Putting our knowledge, experience and insight to use for you ensures that you are being properly taken care of. Insurance Company’s and even Contractor’s often miss, do not know how to assess or choose to ignore hail damage. Sometimes even DENYING the insurance claim.
We’re your Advocate…
Even pea sized hail can cause immense amounts of property damage. Having said that, the larger the more devastating the damage can be. Hail can damage Roofs, Siding, Windows, Doors, Fencing, Decking, etc… Not to mention damage to vehicles and crops. Often times insurance companies do not properly account for hail damage or even worse, they deny that any hail damage exists. You should never rely solely on just your insurance companies opinion regarding damage as this can and often does result in a denial of the claim or a reduced payment for damages. Contact Insurance Claims Specialist, LLC. to handle your claim FOR YOU, not the insurance company.
We at Insurance Claims Specialist, LLC. are experts in this field and are available to help. We can handle everything for you, below are some of the things we do:
1.) Thoroughly review your insurance policy to see what coverage applies to your claim.
2.) All the dwelling / structure damages are properly documented, estimated and accounted for.
3.) All of your personal property damage is properly documented, estimated and accounted for.
4.) All paperwork is properly filled out and submitted.
5.) All benefits for Additional Living Expenses are accounted for and submitted if applicable.
6.) All benefits for Loss of Use, Loss of Rents or Business Interruption that are applicable are accounted for and submitted for payment.
7.) We handle all the meetings with the Insurance Company’s Adjusters, Representatives and Vendors.
Plus much….much more.
While not all hail storms contain large sized hailstones nearly all can cause varying forms of property damage. Hail can vary in size from very small to individual hailstones the size of baseballs.
According to the NOAA (The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) the largest hailstone on record fell in South Dakota on July 22nd, 2010. It was the size of a volleyball.
Per the NOAA:
“Even after melting, the stone still measured 8.0 inches in diameter and weighed nearly 2 pounds (1 pound, 15 ounces) with a circumference of 18.62 inches.
“After a thorough review of the evidence, NCEC — the team responsible for validating national weather records — declared Scott’s hailstone to be the largest in diameter and heaviest ever recovered in the United States.
Scott’s hailstone displaces the previous hailstone record for weight, which was previously 1.67 pounds for a stone in Coffeyville, Kan., that fell in 1970. It also surpasses the record for diameter, which was 7 inches for a hailstone found in Aurora, Neb., in 2003. The Aurora hailstone still holds the record for circumference of 18.75 inches.”
Whatever the loss, Insurance Claims Specialist, LLC. is here to help. We’re State Licensed Advocates that work exclusively for you, the Home/Business Owner (the Insured), to ensure that you receive the fullest benefit possible from your insurance company based on your policy, thus maximizing your settlement so you may properly Rebuild, Repair, Replace and / or Clean your property. Our knowledge and expertise makes your life much easier.
As Your Advocate: We do, we’re Industry certified and Licensed to handle ALL these types of claims.