How We Handle Vandalism Damage Insurance Claims
Similar to all types of damages, the severity and extent of vandalism damage varies from case to case. That being said, it is crucial to create a personalized strategy and approach to every single case and not use a generic one.
When presenting a vandalism damage insurance claim, the common questions posed by insurance companies are:
- Did vandalism/theft actually happen?
- Did the policy owner really own the items or properties that were claimed to be stolen?
- What is the value of the item/s that has been stolen?
- Is there any related property damage such as broken windows, doors, locks, or equipment?
Listed above are just a few of the questions that need to be answered and should be accompanied by substantial evidence to prove our claim. As claims adjuster, it is our responsibility to investigate the damages, conduct a cost estimate, compile all documents and evidence to back our claim, and negotiate on your behalf.
The #1 Panama City Claims Adjuster for Vandalism Damage
Vandalism losses and damages are extremely devastating. In fact, after experiencing vandalism or theft, you are likely to be still in a state of shock. That means, you may not have the time, energy, and resources to go through an extensive process of filing a claim all by yourself. And this is where having a claims adjuster as your ally comes in handy. We can take the load off your shoulders and do all the hard work for you.
As the best-performing claims adjuster in Panama city, we specialize in all types of insurance claims, including vandalism damage. Our team consists of professional licensed claims adjuster, all of whom are knowledgeable about insurance policies and coverage, highly-skilled in evaluating losses and damages, proficient in conducting an accurate cost estimate, and experienced in negotiating for a maximum settlement with insurance companies.
Denied or Low Vandalism Damage Insurance Claims
Without the help of a licensed claims adjuster who is knowledgeable about insurance claims, you put yourself at risk of having your claim lowballed or rejected. We’re all aware of how the insurance industry works. Insurance companies are extremely lucrative, which means that paying you less than you deserve is in their best interests, especially if they can easily get away with it.
Perhaps you have already reached out to your insurance company or you have attempted to submit a claim by yourself, and it has resulted in a delayed settlement, underpaid settlement, or worse, rejected claim. If any of these is the case, we can submit a new case or reopen an existing one on your behalf. It’s not too late to achieve our mutual goal, which is to get a favorable settlement that will enable you to fully recover from property loss and damages.