The holiday season is one of the most wonderful times of the year. Unfortunately, it’s also the season of accidents and graffiti. While many individuals have homeowner’s insurance covering this, insurance representatives often try to haggle themselves out of paying your compensation.
What Property Damage is Common in Wintertime?
The general atmosphere of the holiday season leads to a spike in certain types of property damage. Specifically, these break down into two different problems; the climate and partying.
Winter Weather: Everyone dreams of a white Christmas – but no one likes driving on icy roads or during hailstorms. Staying off the road and warm at home doesn’t prevent you from experiencing property damage. Snow and hailstorms can wreak havoc on your property. Broken windows and dented roof shingles are things your insurance should cover.
Theft and Vandalism: Weather isn’t the only thing going crazy during this time of the year. Theft and vandalism are also at an all-time high. All those vulnerable Amazon packages and parties set the scene for more questionable activities. Most homeowner’s insurance policies compensate for such events.
How Insurance Companies Trick You
It’s surprising how many insurance companies try to argue themselves out of covering their policies. Many send out representatives to determine the cause of incidences with full intentions to find suspicious loopholes in their contract.
They may try to argue that weather damages appear “inconsistent” or you don’t have enough evidence to deal with theft and vandalism.
How to Protect Your Insurance Claims
When insurance companies refuse to cover your compensation, getting in contact with an experienced lawyer is a smart step to take. Attorneys can help you make the decisions that matter most. They have experience working with people in situations just like you and the insider tricks that insurance companies try to pull on you.
Official representation significantly increases the chances an insurance company will take you seriously. It also makes it easier for you to get the money you deserve. We do more than protect your property, though.
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