A house fire is disastrous, quickly-spreading, and deadly. After experiencing a house fire, you might feel stressed, anxious, or scared from the event. A house fire can quickly destroy your appliances, walls, and personal belongings. With your mind filled with worry about what you might have lost, dealing with moving to a temporary hotel meanwhile your house gets fixed, and still having to worry about work and the regular stresses of life, dealing with an insurance company claim can seem like a heavy load to deal with.
Your insurance adjuster will often try to resolve the claim quickly and determine the value of your belongings. Many people don’t know that a claimant’s voice is an important part of the process. Let Home Damage Adjusters be your voice while dealing with the insurance claim process. We have experience and expertise dealing with fire insurance claims and are able to guide and advise you through the claim so that you know which steps to take and how to get the most out of your insurance claim. Insurance adjusters can try to undervalue your belongings, while Home Damage Adjusters fights for your right to an appropriate value for your home and belongings.
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Fire damage insurance claims are often denied for suspicion of foul play, disagreement of valuation of property, and more. With Home Damage Adjusters, you know you have someone who knows how to navigate reporting a claim so that it is properly received and the process can be swift and efficient.
Contact Home Damage Adjusters, a licensed Public Adjuster company, to get started with a free inspection and begin filing your claim correctly. You can trust us so that you can get back to focusing on you and your family.
Home Damage Adjusters can re-open any claim.
We get the settlement that you deserve.
Home Damage Adjusters, Inc
Ruben Calas, P.A.
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“THIS IS A SOLICITATION FOR BUSINESS. IF YOU HAVE HAD A CLAIM FOR AN INSURED PROPERTY LOSS OR DAMAGE AND YOU ARE SATISFIED WITH THE PAYMENT BY YOUR INSURER, YOU MAY DISREGARD THIS ADVERTISEMENT.” – Offices of Ruben Calas Public Adjuster A038137.
A licensed contractor under part I of chapter 489, or a subcontractor, may not adjust a claim on behalf of an insured unless licensed and compliant as a public adjuster.
“We meet all the statutory requirements set forth to protect the public.”