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Water Damage Claims

Reliant Adjuster Group is a licensed professional public insurance adjusters group in Florida, providing private adjuster services. We offer public insurance adjusters services in West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Lake Worth, Treasure coast area and Port St Lucie County.

Water damage insurance claims are one of the core focus areas at our public adjusting firm. When water damage occurs, people start to panic because this type of damage can have an impact on everything from your roof, floors, cabinetry, drywall, electrical equipment and the structural integrity of your home. It also can lead to mold damage and mold damage insurance claims.

Today many restoration companies use state-of-the-art equipment to dry out your property as quickly as possible. Whether the water is spraying from a burst pipe or there’s a drip, a water damage public adjuster can come to your property as soon as possible in order to properly handle your claim from the start so that the water damage restoration efforts do not derail your water damage insurance claim. This is vital for homeowners insurance claims of water damage.

Public Adjusters in West Palm Beach

5+

times greater compensation is typically received by policy holders who hire a Florida public adjuster.

574%

more claim payouts are secured by Public Adjusters for clients, according to an OPPAGA study.

TYPES OF WATER DAMAGE INSURANCE CLAIMS

Three main types of Water Damage Claims:
1. The first type of water damage insurance claim is due to water which escapes from a water supply line; this is called category one or fresh water damage. Category one does not carry bacteria or pose an immediate health threat.


2. Category two water damage claim refers to water that contains substantial chemical, biological or other contaminants, and that can cause discomfort or sickness from exposure or consumption. This is “Grey Water”. Examples are toilet bowls with urine, sump pump backups or overflows, seepage due to pressure failures, and water from dishwashers or washing machines.


3. The third type of water damage insurance claims is due to water which backs up through drains and sewers under the property, otherwise known as category three or black water. Category three contains bacteria and poses an immediate health hazard. Any wood or organic material it touches needs to be thoroughly cleaned or disposed of entirely.


Contact Reliant Adjusters if you have any questions regarding any water damage insurance claims that you may have recently encountered. Be sure to consult with a licensed public adjuster before you file a water damage claim in order to ensure you get the highest possible settlement.

Public Adjusters in West Palm Beach

FILING INSURANCE CLAIMS FOR WATER DAMAGE

Time is of the essence when it comes to water damage, but this doesn’t mean that you need to be out of pocket. Successfully filing insurance claims for water damage means calling the experts to document the cause, existing damage, as well as the steps that were taken in order to prevent further damage. Most importantly, don’t throw out the broken pipe or any other proof of cause! Make sure you save all the evidence for us and the insurance company.

  • IT IS IMPORTANT TO BE CAUTIOUS WHEN SIGNING AUTHORIZATION FORMS WITH THIRD PARTIES SUCH AS DISASTER RESTORATION FIRMS.

  • YOU MAY WANT TO CONSULT WITH YOUR PUBLIC INSURANCE ADJUSTER AND ATTORNEY BEFORE SIGNING ANYTHING.

  • BY SIGNING YOU MAY BE ASSIGNING YOUR VALUABLE RIGHTS TO THEM AND IMPACTING YOUR WATER DAMAGE INSURANCE CLAIMS.

Reliant Adjusters Group Inc. will handle all of your insurance filing needs as part of our service to ensure that you receive the maximum pay out for your claim. Whether the water damage was a result from a plumbing failure, faulty kitchen appliances or a drain back-up, we can make sure that the structure of your home as well as all the other aspects (such as kitchen cabinets, flooring and roof) are taken into consideration when your insurance claim for water damage is filed.

Before you file on your own, talk to a Reliant Adjuster specialist on the phone. Contact us for more information today.

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