Water damage is one of the most common types of property damage faced by home and business owners. What’s more, it is also one of the most expensive and time consuming because the full extent of the damage is frequently missed or underestimated. Often times, insurers try to downplay the magnitude of water damage in order to minimize payment. To make matters worse,
estimating the damage caused by water is very difficult. Water damage occurs behind walls, underneath floors and in ceilings, making the amount of damage done to the property hard to quantify. And yet, properly documenting the extent of the damage directly impacts your ability to restore your home or business to its original condition.
Homeowners come to us with the following concerns after experiencing water damage:
Business owners state the following concerns:
When it comes to the disastrous long-term effects of water damage on your home or business, acting promptly and efficiently is crucial. At Harmon Law, our experienced public adjusters and attorneys are knowledgeable about the intricacies of water damage claims and the common tactics used by insurance companies. We hold insurance companies fully accountable to their obligations to you.