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If you notice cracks in your flooring, walls, stairs, or building foundation, you may be looking at the beginning signs of sinkhole damage in your property. The cracks and structural damages that occur in the visible areas of the property are often a result of sinkhole activity beneath the building. If the damage is indeed caused by a sinkhole, you can file for damages from your insurance company. Call our Sinkhole Damage Public Adjusters, we can help!
Although most insurance companies are required by law to cover sinkhole damage, many just flat-out refuse to pay. They may cite that the damage was caused by something other than a sinkhole in order to avoid paying. Even if the insurance company acknowledges the claim and agrees that the proximate cause of the damage was a sinkhole, it will probably try to get away with paying far less than what you need to compensate for the actual damage. Your insurance company may also recommend the cheapest – and consequently the least effective – repair for smoke damage.
Sinkhole damage refers to the structural damage caused by the collapse or settling of the ground due to the presence of underground cavities or voids. This can result in significant damage to a property’s foundation, walls, floors, and other structures. LMR Public Insurance Adjusters are experts in handling sinkhole damage claims and can help property owners navigate the complex insurance claims process to ensure a maximum settlement for their property damage. Their services include assessing the damage, preparing and negotiating insurance claims, and advocating on behalf of the property owner to ensure fair compensation for their losses.
In a situation like this, you need the help of really excellent Sinkhole Damage Public Adjusters. LMR Sinkhole Damage Public Adjusters have a team of highly qualified claims adjusters who will investigate and identify the exact reason for damage to your property and assess the true extent of the damage caused. We make sure to estimate the actual damages by taking into consideration factors such as depreciation, actual cash value, replacement costs, etc., which may be overlooked – or conveniently neglected – by insurance companies.
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