Roof Damage

Roof damage to residential homes or commercial properties can occur for many different reasons. Examples include tornadoes, explosions, sinkholes, hail, fire and heavy snow. Whether the cause of damage is due to a weather event or an accident, it can be a troublesome experience for property owners to deal with.

Roof damage can also lead to other problems, such as water getting into your home due to a compromised roof, possibly damaging appliances, furniture or other personal property. If left undealt with, water damage can lead to mold growth. If your property has been hit with a natural disaster or catastrophic accident and are dealing with roof damage, the insurance claim process can be especially overwhelming.

Hiring an experienced public adjuster to advocate on your behalf can help ease your burden during these difficult circumstances. Our team of professionals will help you navigate the claims process and ensure you receive the settlement amount you deserve.

Roof Damage

Some insurance policies may consider the age of your roof, possibly affecting the amount of compensation you receive for the repair or replacement of your roof. The type of roof and the evidence of the insured peril that caused the damage are also likely to be considered by your insurance company. There are many things to take into consideration when it comes to roof damage, which is why it’s a good idea to hire a public adjuster to interpret your policy and make sure nothing is overlooked.

A public adjuster is also likely to make a big difference in your settlement claim amount. You pay no outright cost, and because a public adjuster is paid from a percentage of the settlement claim, both the adjuster and the insured are motivated by a higher settlement. As a policyholder, there is little to lose and a lot to gain.

Public Adjuster Montana is an efficient public adjusting firm that helps with insurance claims related to roof damage. Our team is driven and proactive. We will evaluate your roof damage, document every detail that is necessary, analyze the insurance policy and negotiate with the insurance company in your best interest.

Insurance companies scrutinize their policies to control what they offer to the policyholders. The complex and technical insurance policy language is often difficult to understand. A public adjuster is a professional with expertise in filing insurance claims on behalf of policyholders to obtain a justified settlement claim.
A public adjuster’s job is to carefully assess the damage, document the details, analyze the insurance policy, negotiate with the insurance company based on the findings, and get the best possible outcome for the policyholder.
In order to get the damage properly documented and receive an expedited and maximized settlement claim, you need to hire a public adjuster shortly after the damage has occurred. The insurance companies have expert adjusters that work for their benefit, so hiring a public adjuster could make a huge difference in the amount of money received in your settlement compared with a claim settled without a public adjuster.
Public adjusters are professionals who work for the benefit of the policyholder and receive a percentage of the insurance settlement money after winning the claim. You don’t have to worry about paying a public adjuster upfront, and because the settlement you’ll receive will likely be higher than if you settle without a public adjuster, there’s minimal risk.
The public adjuster should let you know how they are going to handle your case, and they must show credentials or testimonials of their previous work. Working with a licensed public adjuster is key.