Taking the time to properly prepare a hurricane insurance claim before filing it gives you a better chance of recovering the insurance money you are owed. After a hurricane, insurance companies receive an overwhelming number of claims, and will look to deny or short pay ones that are not well prepared or supported by evidence of damage to the property. The following articles provide information that can help you prepare to file and defend your insurance claim after Hurricane Sandy.
- Contacting the Insurance Company After a Hurricane
- Preparing Your Insurance Claim
- What to Know About Public Adjusters
- Hurricane Insurance for Renters and Condo Owners
These articles provide general information, and do not answer specific questions about preparing an insurance claim or provide legal advice. If you are in need of legal assistance as you prepare your insurance claim, contact an experienced attorney.