Public Adjusters for Tornado or Other Windstorm Damage
Tornado damage can be catastrophic or sometimes hidden and easily missed, and therefore compromising to your commercial property. Our expertise is in assessing such damage and negotiating a claim that will get your business what it needs to fully recover.
If your commercial property is damaged by a tornado, you may not be able to see the damage with the naked eye. This could be a cracked foundation or a loosened roof. How will you know if your property is safe? The first step is to engage a licensed engineer to determine if any structural deficiencies like these have occurred. If the damage is identified, our public adjusters can step in to help assess the full scope and prepare and manage your insurance claim.
Our team of public adjusters evaluates and documents your damage in full detail, and negotiates with your insurance company for maximum claim recovery. As your trusted advocates, we make sure you obtain what you need to rebuild your property and business. Our expertise and successful history in getting fair settlements have made us the public adjusters Colorado policyholders trust most for tornado insurance claims. Our adjusters will help you prepare and file a claim to get you more, sooner.
What To Focus On After Tornado or Other Windstorm Damage
What is my agent/broker’s role? Will his/her role be active or passive? When faced with supporting your position or the insurance company’s, where will he/she stand?
The insurance company hired a construction estimator. What do I need to know?
Wind Damage vs. Storm Surge vs. Flood. What is covered?
Why is a claim strategy so important?
Am I impacted by coinsurance?
Forensic Deconstruction may be required in order to determine the possible structural damages caused by pressure vs. suction and differential pressure. (Wind flow on two opposite sides of any building components such as roofs, walls, structural members, etc., which could deform or dislodge materials).
Is there coinsurance in your policy? Properly managing coinsurance requirements can prevent financial disaster. Not properly managing coinsurance requirements can put you out of business! If there is, what does it mean? If there is, did your insurance adjuster explain it? How is coinsurance calculated: on replacement cost or actual cash value?
Is there a methodology to properly document the loss?
Is a moisture survey necessary? Why or why not?
When mold is an issue, be sure to hire professionals to record RH%, document the damage, and create a moisture map before removing ALL wet building materials.
Prompt inspection and documentation is key to a successful claim. It takes a trained professional to identify and document windstorm damage. Do you have the right expert lined up? You should not just rely on the insurance company’s experts.
The report from the roofing expert you choose can make all the difference in your recovery.
Repair vs. replacement of roofing can be a very challenging issue. Are you familiar with matching issues/rules? Are you familiar with patching issues/rules? What about warranties?
Wind driven rain vs. leakage. The difference can affect your recovery.
What happens following an extraordinary storm when drying equipment, generators, remediation labor, and other resources are unavailable for days? Weeks?
Property Damage Losses Commercial Claims Recovery Process
How Our Public Adjusters Help You
- Evaluate Fully reviewing your insurance coverage.
- Strategy Developing a claim management strategy.
- Compliance Determining policy compliance issues.
- Valuations Completing detailed valuations of building, equipment and inventory losses.
- Interruption Formulating business interruption models.
- Itemization Presenting and supporting an itemized claim package to your insurer.
- Negotiation Negotiating on your behalf with your insurance company.
- Communication Keeping you informed every step of the way.
- Settlement Ultimately settling the claim for the maximum amount and with less hassle for you.
Industries Our Public Adjusters Have Helped
Client References & Testimonials
- Abdiana - Kansas City, MO
- AIMCO Properties - Boulder, CO
- The Bluffs - Boulder, CO
- Cherry Street Apartments - Denver, CO
- Cobble Creek Apartments - Glendale, AZ
- Country Mart Food Warehouse - Gardner, KS
- Crossroads Motor Inn - York, NE
- Dakota Apartments - Dallas, TX
- Discovery Farm - Elizabeth, CO
- Dondlinger & Sons Construction Co., Inc. - Wichita, KS
- Eden Crossing - Pensacola, FL
- Genesis Apparel - Owatonna, MN
- Gopher Sport - Owatonna, MN
- Goshen United Methodist Church - Piedmont, AL
- Health Industries, Inc. - Fargo, ND
- Highland Hills Apartments - Dallas, TX
- Hirst Imports - Oklahoma City, OK
- Lantis Enterprises, Inc. - Spearfish, SD
- Le Chateau Homeowners Association - Aurora, CO
- Meadow Creek Apartments - Boulder, CO
- Midwest Grocery - Gardner, KS
- Montecito Apartments - Austin, TX
- Mountain Valley Lumber - Saguache, CO
- Noel Bakhit Horse Arena - Bennington, NE
Having never been through a large property damage claim before, We knew that we needed a professional on our team to provide guidance and direction and to protect our best interests in the settlement of the claim. Your involvement freed up our time so that we could stay focused on rebuilding our business.Erin D. Van den BrandenPresident and CEO - Hoak Media Corporation
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