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Florida Sinkhole Public Adjusters

"We work for the Customer, NOT the Insurance Company"

We make sure that you, the policyholder, receive full and fair compensation for your insurance claim. We do this by working with you to document your damages, compile all the necessary paperwork, and negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf. Our Public Adjusters know the ins and outs of Florida insurance companies to get the money you deserve.

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Florida Public Adjusters for Sinkhole Claims

We will make sure that you get the full amount for your Claim!

Sinkholes are often difficult to detect before they cause damage. In fact, many homeowners are surprised to learn that their home was built on a sinkhole. If your home is located in an area known to have sinkholes, or if you notice any of the following signs, you should contact a professional to check for sinkholes:

  • A sudden decrease in water pressure

  • Doors or windows that are difficult to close

  • Foundation cracks, especially near the house corners

  • Uneven floors or walls

  • Sinkhole activity such as small ponds of water or sudden changes in drainage

If a sinkhole forms on your property, it can cause significant damage. 

The most common type of sinkhole damage is structural damage to the home. Other types of damage include:

Sinkholes are often difficult to detect before they cause damage. In fact, many homeowners are surprised to learn that their home was built on a sinkhole. If your home is located in an area known to have sinkholes, or if you notice any of the following signs, you should contact a professional to check for sinkholes:

  • A sudden decrease in water pressure

  • Doors or windows that are difficult to close

  • Foundation cracks, especially near the house corners

  • Uneven floors or walls

  • Sinkhole activity such as small ponds of water or sudden changes in drainage

 

If you experience any of this type of damage, you should file a claim with your insurance company. Many homeowners are unsure of how to file a sinkhole claim, or they are afraid that their insurance company will not cover the damage. This is where a public adjuster can help.

 

Public adjusters are experts in insurance claims and they know how to get the most money from your insurance company.

They work on a contingency basis, which means they only get paid if you receive money from your insurance company.

This means there is no risk to you and you can be sure that you are getting the best representation possible.

If you are thinking about filing a sinkhole claim, contact HomeSafeClaims.com today for a free consultation. We have experienced public adjusters who can help you get the money you deserve for your damaged home.

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Florida Sinkhole Claims FAQs

What is a Sinkhole?

A sinkhole is a hole that forms in the ground when water erosion and underground cave-ins occur. The most common type of sinkhole is called a dissolution sinkhole, which is created by groundwater flowing through limestone and other carbonate rocks. When these rocks dissolve, they form caves and channels that can quickly erode the soil and create a hole.

What is a Sinkhole Damage Claim?

A sinkhole damage claim is a claim filed with an insurance company for damage caused by a sinkhole. The most common type of damage is structural damage to the home, but other types of damage can also occur, such as water and sewer line damage, damaged landscaping, and collapsed or cracked foundations.

 

Should I File a Sinkhole Damage Claim?

If you have experienced any type of damage due to a sinkhole, you should file a claim with your insurance company. Many homeowners are unsure of how to file a sinkhole claim or they are afraid that their insurance company will not cover the damage. This is where a public adjuster can help. Public adjusters are experts in insurance claims and they know how to get the most money from your insurance company. They work on a contingency basis, which means they only get paid if you receive money from your insurance company. This means there is no risk to you and you can be sure that you are getting the best representation possible.

 

How Do I File a Sinkhole Damage Claim?

To file a sinkhole damage claim, you will need to contact your insurance company and provide them with information about the damage. You will also need to provide proof of the damage, such as photos or videos of the damage, receipts for repairs, and reports from professionals who assessed the damage. A public adjuster can help you gather this information and submit it to your insurance company.