You may find yourself in a situation where your insurance company issues a payment, but it is not enough to complete repairs. In that case, Fair Claims Law recommends that you complete as much of the repairs to your property with that payment however, often times, it does not make sense to do so. For example, an insured may be paid for a partial roof repair when it is clear that the roof requires replacement. Thus, making the partial repair would be nonsensical or maybe even impossible as may roofers will not guarantee repair when a roof requires replacement. Under those circumstances, it is important to document any attempts to make those repairs. This would include, securing bids or estimates necessary to return your home to its pre-loss condition. Needless to say, it is important to eventually complete all repairs, whether you’re able to receive full compensation or not. Often times, your insurance agent or insurance carrier will require proof of those repairs before issuing another policy. It is also important to complete repairs so that you are protected in case another event occurs in the same location. Fair Claims Law can assist you if your insurance company underpays your claim. Our attorneys have handled hundreds of these cases. We will fight to assure you receive full compensation for what you are owed under the policy.
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The attorneys at Fair Claims Law aggressively represents its clients in pursuing their insurance claims with the goal of recovering the benefits owed to them under their property insurance policy. Fair Claims Law’s attorneys have handled nearly every kind of loss ranging from windstorm, water losses, fires, and many others. The lawyers at Fair Claims Law strive to provide excellent customer service and take pride in achieving their goals.
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