South Florida is not a stranger to water damage insurance claims. Floridians see the normal amount of broken pipe or water heater issues, but also issues because of the Hurricane/rainy seasons, which can happen in many of the coastal cities from Miami to Boynton Beach and all over South Florida. Unfortunately, these types of claims are often present issues if they are not properly filed and presented to the Insurance Company. Cohen & Associates Public Adjusters highly recommend to always have your public adjuster file your initial claim.
Many homeowners might not be aware that their property is suffering water damage and may discover that their property is infested by mold. Their first instinct is to open a mold claim. This is the first way to have your claim DENIED! You should know mold on its own is not a covered loss. It is only a covered loss if it is a result of a covered cause of loss, such as water damage. Also, most homeowners are not aware that they have very low mold coverage in their policy. This is also why it is a necessity that any homeowner or business owner hire a public adjuster to establish and handle their property insurance claim. A good public adjuster will be able to determine the cause of the loss, and therefore maximize your property claim.
Our pristine reputation is a reflection of our extensive history of successful claim recoveries throughout South Florida. For this reason, a majority of our clientele are return clients and/or referals of their friends and family members.
We consistently help our clients throughout South Florida receive the maximum amount of compensation that they are entitled to, a few of our recent claims include:
- A water damage and plumbing leak in Parkland, FL. We were able to get our client a settlement of $49,500. This is well over the $17,000 their insurance initially offered.
- A broken pipe leak in a Sunny Isles Beach Kitchen. Our client’s insurance originally offered them $15,000 and we were able to get them $65,000.
You can see more of our recent results here.