September 25, 2017

What To Do After a Property Loss in North Carolina

Immediately after an North Carolina Homeowner Loss

  1. Protect yourself and others. Always be careful before entering a damaged building. If your property has sustained serious structural damage or if there are any doubts about its safety, contact local government officials to determine the status of your home before entering.
  2. Report downed power lines or gas leaks to the utility company.
  3. Keep electricity turned off if there is standing water in the house.
  4. Never touch electrical components while standing in water. If your safety appears at risk, leave the premises immediately.

After contacting your insurance agent about your North Carolina homeowners insurance claim, contact American Property Loss North Carolina Public Adjusters.

American Property Loss North Carolina Public Adjusters work on behalf of policyholders to help people get all they’re entitled to from insurance property loss claims in North Carolina. North Carolina Public Adjusters help evaluate damage and rebuilding costs, track the flow of insurance payments and amounts due, and work with insurance companies to expedite their clients’ North Carolina insurance claims.

Public claims adjusters can minimize the hassle of collecting documents and evidence and they negotiate with your insurance company. An American Property Loss North Carolina Public Adjuster will file the necessary paperwork with your insurer, arrange for inspections of your North Carolina property damage, and haggle with your insurance company if it refuses to pay your full North Carolina property loss claim. Public Adjusters also help their clients communicate effectively with their home insurance companies in order to expedite claim payments.

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