Review “damage repair estimate’’ given by your insurance company
Documentation of the damage(s) to the property
Engage in negotiation, re-inspection, or mediation to achieve maximum coverage
Your home insurance policy should cover any abrupt and accidental water damage resulting from a plumbing failure, such as a burst pipe. The source of the damage, the type of policy you have, and whether or not the damage is accidental and sudden or gradual will have an impact.
Insurance companies will evaluate the following when assessing the damage:
Identify the damage.
If you’re experiencing mold issues, slow drains, gas odors, and foundation cracks, a broken pipe could be the culprit. Identify if a busted pipe is causing the damage to your home. If so, take action immediately.
Check your insurance coverage.
Not sure what your insurance policy covers? If you are experiencing a leak, call your insurance company asap. They’ll be able to tell you what your specific plan covers. Most homeowners insurances don’t just cover home repairs. You may be entitled to meals, transportation, and lodging reimbursement if your home is in unlivable condition.
Contact Munra public adjusters to submit a claim.
At Munra, we will evaluate your insurance policy and find the appropriate coverage for your situation. We’re licensed public adjusters and we’ll consult with your homeowner’s insurance company on your behalf, so you don’t have to.
Munra combines 14 years of experience from a talented team to provide you with exceptional service. With our ‘No Recovery, No Fee’ policy, we evaluate your claim for free and don’t get paid unless you do. Our aggressive approach lets us deal with the insurance company to give you the coverage you deserve.