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Hurricane Ian was a category 4+ hurricane that made landfall in Florida on September 28, 2022. Hurricane Ian caused significant damage to homes and businesses in its path, including roof damage, structural damage, utility damage, and interior damage. If you are a Florida resident or business owner who may be affected by Hurricane Ian, it is important to contact a hurricane claims specialist as soon as possible to discuss your options for filing a claim. Homesafe Claims specializes in helping homeowners and businesses recover from hurricane damage, and our team of experienced adjusters can help you get the maximum compensation you deserve. Don't Do It By Yourself.

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Different Types of Damage Caused by Hurricane Ian that your insurance can cover.​

 

  • Roof Damage - One of the most common and costly types of damage caused by hurricanes is roof damage. High winds can rip shingles and tiles off of roofs, leaving the structure vulnerable to water damage.

  • Structural Damage - The high winds associated with hurricanes can also cause structural damage to homes and buildings. This can include anything from cracked foundation walls to collapsed roofs.

  • Utility Damage - Hurricanes can also cause damage to a home's or building's utility lines. This can result in loss of power, water, and gas service.

  • Interior Damage - Hurricane winds can also cause significant interior damage to homes and buildings. This can include things like broken windows, downed ceilings, and soaked carpets.

  • Flooding - Hurricanes can also cause flooding due to the heavy rains that accompany them. This can lead to significant water damage to a home or building.

  • Wind Damage - The high winds associated with hurricanes can cause significant damage to homes and buildings. This can include anything from broken windows to downed trees.

  • Tree Damage - Hurricane winds can also cause trees to fall, which can in turn damage homes and buildings.

  • Power Outages - Hurricanes can cause power outages due to the damage they can cause to utility lines. This can last for days or even weeks after the storm has passed.

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  • Water Damage - Hurricanes can also cause water damage to homes and buildings due to the heavy rains that accompany them. This can include anything from flooding to leaks.

  • Mold and Mildew - Hurricanes can also cause mold and mildew to grow in homes and buildings due to the high humidity and moisture levels associated with them. This can be a health hazard for people with respiratory problems or allergies.

 

If you've experienced any of these types of damage, call us at 800-948-2849 or visit our website to learn more about how we can help you with your hurricane claim.

 

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Avoid Hurricane Ian Storm Damage Claim Insurance Headaches, Here is How.

 

If hurricane Ian has damaged your home or business, you may face a long and difficult road to recovery. One of the first things you'll need to do is file an insurance claim. But even if you have comprehensive coverage, you may still run into some problems.

 

The most important thing to remember is that you should never try to file a hurricane damage claim on your own. Always contact a professional public adjuster who can help you navigate the complex claims process. A public adjuster will work on your behalf to get you the maximum settlement possible.

 

There are a few common problems that can arise when filing a hurricane damage claim:

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  • Your insurer may not cover all of the damage - Even if you have comprehensive coverage, there may be some damages that are not covered by your policy. For example, most policies exclude damage caused by flooding. If your home or business has been damaged by floodwaters, you must file a separate claim with your flood insurance provider.

  • Your insurer may lowball your settlement offer - Insurance companies are in the business of making money, not paying out claims. They may try to lowball you with an initial settlement offer that doesn't cover the full cost of repairs. This is where having a public adjuster on your side can be extremely helpful. A public adjuster will fight to get you the full amount you're entitled to under your policy.

  • You may have difficulty getting in touch with your insurer - After a major hurricane, insurance companies are often overwhelmed with claims. This can make it very difficult to get in touch with someone who can help you with your claim. A public adjuster can act as your advocate and help you get the attention you need from your insurer.

  • Your claim may be denied outright - In some cases, insurance companies will deny hurricane damage claims outright. If this happens, a public adjuster can help you appeal the decision and potentially get your claim paid.

  • You may not receive your settlement promptly - Even if your claim is approved, you may not receive your settlement right away. Insurance companies often take their time processing claims, leaving you in a difficult financial situation. A public adjuster can help you get your settlement as quickly as possible.

 

If you're facing any of these problems with your hurricane damage claim, contact HomeSafeClaims today. A public adjuster can help you navigate the claims process and get the maximum settlement possible.