Ice Dam Insurance Claims - Public Adjuster
Global Patriot Adjusters, LLC handles hundreds of Ice Dam Insurance Claims every year. These are some of the most tedious claims to prove out because the damage is often layers deep in the roofing then building structure. We have handle most of these claims in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine, and New York
Marc Lancaric - Public Adjuster says "Insurance Companies Deny Ice Dam Claims with a bunch of excuses we have learned to overcome!"
Ice dams on roofs form when accumulated snow on a sloping roof melts and flows down the roof, under the insulating blanket of snow, until it reaches below freezing temperature air, typically at the eaves. When the melt water reaches the freezing air, ice accumulates, forming a dam, and snow that melts later cannot drain properly through the dam.
Ice dams may result in leaks through the roofing material, possibly resulting in damaged ceilings, walls, roof structure and insulation, damage or injury when the ice dam falls off or from attempts to remove ice dams.
Reasons Ice Dam Insurance Claims Require a Public Adjuster: 1. The casual way the insurance industry looks at ice damn claims means small settlements. 2. The building is comprised of systems; roof, insulation, walls, structure. These systems have to be addressed in the repairs and damage assessments for ice dam insurance claims. 3. Insurance carriers will often deny or otherwise limit claims based on faulty information of neglect by the owner.
Global Patriot Adjusters, LLC settle Ice Dam Insurance Claims Quickly.
With years of experience, our ability to bring about quick action from your insurance carrier is our standard of operation. Your insurance company does not have your best interest at heart. We have a staff ready to personally handle every aspect of your claim.
Global Patriot Adjusters LLC is a Licensed Public Adjusting Firm for Residential & Commercial Claims with locations in: New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Vermont, Maine, New York, Louisiana, Oklahoma, Colorado
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