Have you noticed a yellow spot on your ceiling or shingles in your yard after a storm? Wind or Hail might be the culprit.
While we aren't known for large hail, Florida still experiences these storms.
Did you get home from work tonight to find roof shingles in your yard?
Or maybe, you were watching TV and noticed a water spot on your ceiling that wasn't there before?
Wind and Hail storms are usually to blame for these issues.
Although Insurance Companies like to blame this damage on Hurricanes to get you to pay the higher deductible (the hurricane deductible) it is usually able to be proved otherwise.
"Wear & Tear" or a Hurricane Deductible applied for a regular storm?
To prevent any further delay in getting your home back to pre-loss: we will pull a Wind and Hail report, document damage to your roof and the interior of your home, write an estimate, send all documentation to your insurance company, point you toward the correct mitigation procedures that are required by your insurance policy, and insure that you are paid fairly and what you are entitled to as the policy holder.
Don't let your Insurance Company push you around! Remember, even the best homeowner’s insurance companies will never voluntarily pay more than the minimum. Policyholders need to be conscious they are claiming the correct amount and hiring Knights Insurance Adjusting & Estimating can help you do
Don't let that happen to you. Don't hesitate to call us or submit a free consultation form.
With Mold comes tons of cleaning, mitigation, investigation as to where it began, and often times a long fight with
your insurance company.
Let our experts help you.
We will be the calm
after the Storm
From the beginning we will document the damage to your home, show up to represent you at all inspections set up by your insurance company, handle your entire claims process, and negotiate a fair settlement under the provisions of your policy.
If you have already received payment from your Insurance Company, and you are not happy with the amount; let us review your claim free of charge to ensure that you were paid fairly and nothing was hidden or left off of the table for you. Even after a settlement has been received by an insured, Fair Claims adjusters may still be able to negotiate for a higher amount.