Pipe Break Claims


Pipe Break

When a water pipe breaks in your home or business, the damage can be substantial. Depending on which pipes break, there can be significant flooding; you may see damage to walls, floors, and your belongings, stock, or office furnishings. Electronics in particular are often ruined during any kind of flooding. While you often think of water coming through fluorescent lights, or flooding basements, there are many other types of pipe breaks which cause damage. These include:
• Underground leaks
• Leaks in the ceiling
• Leaks in the walls

These types of losses are particularly damaging as you often do not notice the leak itself until significant damage has been done. WHAT CAUSES PIPE BREAKS? In colder areas of the country, the most common reason for pipe breaks or bursts is extreme cold weather, so why does Florida still suffer from pipe breaks? There are a few reasons including long term vibration, thermal dynamics, worn soldering, loose connections, friction, burst or ruptures lines and more. At Southern Public Adjusters we have handled thousands of claims involving water damage and we can help you too.

Call us before you call your insurance company bCall 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. ut if you have been paid and are not satisfied, we can re-open your claim.

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Water losses

We have 30+ years of experience and the knowledge to answer your immediate questions. Our job at Southern P.A. is to help you through the complicated claims process. One of the first things we do is to evaluate all of the damage and take a good hard look at your policy. Determining the “scope of loss” and analyzing your policy will help us best determine the best way to move forward with your claim to get you the maximum possible settlement.

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