Flood Damage Insurance Claims
Dealing with your insurance company is one of the most challenging parts of flood damage restoration. Who hasn’t heard of a horror story where an insurance company denied someone’s claim for a variety of reasons? Usually, it’s because the insured couldn’t deliver the right information at the right time and in the right way to his insurance company. Semantics and small details play a big part in whether a claim gets accepted and whether the insured gets the settlement they are entitled to. It is almost always recommended to consult with a professional public adjuster who specializes in these types of claims.
We are happy to refer you to the many talented professionals who are in our network and fighting on their client’s behalf every day. If you’d like to be referred to an experienced public adjuster, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to make the introduction. We hope you consider us a resource every step of the way.
At Bright Restoration, we aim to be your trusted partner in the mitigation and restoration of your property. We are happy to cooperate with every insurance company and to help you collect all the proper documentation. This can include photos and videos of your personal belongings, as well as an itemized list of all the work that was performed to your property. Our company uses an industry standard software called Xactimate, which most insurance companies will accept.
If you’ve recently suffered from flood damage, don’t wait! Reach out to our team so that we can start the assessment process.
We work with all insurance companies, large & small!
Flood damage can be quite an unsettling experience for you and your family, which is why we are committed to honest communication and transparency. Your comfort and sense of security is important to us, which is why we’ve provided a very detailed step-by-step guide to what you can expect when you contact us.
After you've experienced flooding, you are at risk for long-term moisture problems that can lead to mold growth. Mold grows very quickly, sometimes in as little as 24 hours when it has sufficient moisture. If you think you may have mold growth, we recommend that you read more about mold remediation today.
We at Bright Restoration understand that disasters occur without warning, causing distress and panic regarding your home, belongings, and situation. That’s why with a single call to Bright Restoration, we will have one of our IICRC certified staff members dispatched immediately to respond to your needs.