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Hurricane Irma – how to prepare for your Florida Property Damage Claim
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Maximizing Hurricane Irma Damage Claims

Maximizing Hurricane Irma Damage Claims

Did you experience damage from Hurricane Irma?
Did you file a claim with your insurance company? Did
you get a low estimate?
Did your insurance company estimate the damage below the deductible?
you told there was no damage?

If you answered yes to any of these questions – you probably need a public adjuster!

Hurricane Irma came through and left tremendous amounts of damage that can be very expensive to repair. After a hurricane, insurance companies are bombarded with many claims, which can cause a failure to effectively investigate them all. There will be long hold times for calls and appointments that will have to be scheduled weeks in advance.

While this process is not a quick one, there is a chance that the damage to your home could worsen. Once an insurance adjuster from your insurance company has come out, that is just the beginning of the process. You will receive an estimate for damages, that you may not be happy with and then you’re not sure what your next step should be.
You could even be notified that you don’t have enough damage to file a claim.

How can we help?

Property Damage Consultants can deal with all of that for you. Our adjusters will meet with you,
explain the process to you and assess your damage and make sure that you have documented your

We will make the phone calls and set the appointments. The adjusters will assist you in setting up services so that you will not incur anymore damage before repairs can be made.

Not only will our adjusters look over the insurance company’s estimate, they will also submit their own estimate, which you will have a chance to review and which will be in the best interest for YOU, the property owner. If you have started the process on your own, our adjusters can still come in and assist you in getting what
you are entitled to.

With 29 years of Adjusting experience, Craig Drillich established Property Damage Consultants in 2002. After working on behalf of the insurance companies for twelve years and tired of seeing the injustice being done to the property owners, Craig Drillich, President of the Board of Directors of the Florida Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (FAPIA), became a consumer advocate as an all lines licensed Public Adjuster and Appraiser.

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