Get Help With Mold Claims
Mold resulting from flooding, a broken pipe or other water-related issue can severely affect your health and property without your knowledge. Here in Florida’s warm, humid climate mold is particularly aggressive causing a variety of serious health issues. It is also your property’s potential enemy since it can weaken the building’s structure much as termites do.
Mold damage occurs in moist, dark areas of your home or commercial property. It can originate from a leaky pipe, excess humidity in your air or water resulting from storm damage or a simple water leak. As mold spreads, it releases spores that pollute the air and make their way into air ducts, triggering allergic reactions in sensitive people.
The source of the mold damage can determine whether or not your insurance company will pay for remediation or cover the damage at all. At The People’s Choice, we work with professional remediation firms who take samples and perform mold testing along with mold remediation, as required. These sophisticated tests determine how much mold exists, its type is and the potential impact of the problem. Without this extensive documentation, it is virtually impossible to secure a fair settlement from your insurance carrier.
Insurance companies have a vested interest in paying the least possible on any claim. This is particularly apparent with mold claims since carriers recognize that most homeowners don’t possess the expertise to understand the source of the damage, its extent, potential repair costs, required documentation and their policy’s hidden limitations
What You Can Do
If you suspect mold, don’t attempt to handle it by yourself since mold can be dangerous to your health.
Hire a public adjuster who understands your policy’s fine print and the documentation required to get your mold claim settled fairly
Call The People’s Choice Public Adjuster at 888-416-8227 to ensure you get the settlement you deserve, not what the insurance company thinks you need.
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