Fire Damage | Smoke Damage | Water Damage | Fire Damage Restoration
Structural damage like fire damage can spread to areas within your house that may not be visible to you. Often smoke and soot damage can extend to areas of a fire damaged house where the fire did not even reach. The resultant soot, when it breaks down becomes corrosive and can cause serious damage to electrical appliances meaning that it is vital that your fire damaged home is professionally cleaned to prevent any further long term damage.
Our insurance loss assessors are regularly called out to house fire damage, fire and smoke damage to apartments, commercial fire damage, kitchen fire damage, chimney fire damage, smoke damage to sitting rooms, business fire damage etc. and are very knowledgable in fire insurance claim procedures.
The Claims Assist Team of Specialist Fire & Smoke Claim Assessors in Galway, Limerick and Dublin have a plan in place to safeguard your interests, assess the full extent of your fire damage and ensure a swift full fire insurance claims settlement payout to deal with all loss and damage suffered.
For Fire Insurance Claims Advice – Lo Call us now on 1890 929 555 (Nationwide Service)
Convenient, efficient and hassle-free fire damage insurance claims consultation
Unexpected fire damage to your kitchen, house or property can be a very stressful and distressing experience. You can be confused and unsure as to how you should proceed. Insurance companies can very often add to that confusion and uncertainty and they almost expect you to know what to do to submit your claim and begin the fire restoration process.
When you engage one of our independent insurance assessors we will act immediately to start your fire damage claims process. We will assess the fire damage and record all relevant details. We will give you professional advice in relation to your insurance claim for fire damage and the support you need to return your fire damaged home or business to normal again.
Liaising with your Insurance Company to ensure you get the best fire restoration entitlement.
You should know that anything you say to your insurance company at this stage may affect your claim. You should not dispose of anything until your fire damaged property has been inspected by a loss adjuster appointed by your insurance company. The onus is on you to prove your loss, and you could prejudice your claim if you dispose of the fire damaged evidence.
Your insurance company will employ a Loss Adjuster to ‘adjust’ your claim. They are engaged by your insurance company to settle your fire damage claim as economically as possible, thus saving your insurance company money. As we know how to deal with a loss adjuster, we will ensure you get your full claim entitlement.
At Claims Assist, our Insurance Claim Management Team are familiar with any additional benefits or extensions to cover that your policy provides, ensuring your receive your maximum fire restoration entitlement under the terms of the policy.
Should I use a Public Adjuster?
Our Loss ‘Assessor’ or Public Adjuster as we are sometimes known as, will work on your behalf to advise on the variety of issues that become important after a fire has occurred, including: protecting your property, alternative accommodation, disposal of damaged goods, salvage values, etc.
The speedy submission of fire damage claim documentation, combined with our expert insurance knowledge, will ensure you obtain satisfaction from your insurers.
So to answer the question, YES you should use a Public Adjuster
How to get the most out of an Insurance Claim?
To ensure you receive 100% of your entitlement under the terms of your policy, for fire damage, water damage or smoke damage, call us immediately.
Below is footage of a kitchen fire insurance claim we were called out to recently. Our loss assessor on site uploaded to our YouTube Channel to give you an idea of the damage a fire in a kitchen can cause.
Contact our team of specialist fire damage independent insurance assessors -Call us on : 1890 929 555 – The initial consultation and site visit is free and we will discuss the issues with you to see how we can best help you with your fire damage claim.