Fire/Smoke Damage Claims

Damage Claims

Fire / Smoke

Fire is one of the most common causes of property damage which can result in serious problems for the home, businesses or commercial property owner. In addition to the direct damage from the fire and smoke, there can also be problems related to the process of putting out the fire such as water damage and/or chemical release damage inside the building itself. In addition, there may be potential damage to the building’s structure, electrical and heating / cooling systems, etc. Get the help that you need for these specialized losses and document your claim properly. “Don’t Settle for Less”.

Regardless of the cause of a fire (explosion/gas leak, lightning, electrical, grease, etc.), an insured needs to make quick and knowledgeable decisions while still under a great deal of stress and confusion. Who should we to call? Where do we stay tonight? Which belongings escaped unharmed or are partially damaged? Who is my adjuster? What exactly did we have in the building? When can we start the clean-up process? We can help guide you along this difficult time and secure the maximum settlement that you are entitled to.

Call us before you call your insurance company but if you have been paid and are not satisfied with the payment, we can re-open your claim as well. Southern P.A., has 32 years of experience and are here to help you in these difficult times.

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We have 30+ years of experience and the knowledge to answer your immediate questions. In addition, we can help you through the complicated and intimidating claims handling process. One of the first things we do at Southern P.A. is to evaluate all of the damage that was sustained in the loss and take a hard look at your policy. Determining the “scope of loss” along with the value of the damages will help us determine the best way to move forward with your claim. Our interest is to always get you the maximum possible settlement which you are owed. “Don’t Settle for Less”.