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Hurricane Ida was a devastating Category 4 which came into Louisiana from the Gulf of Mexico. Also, it became the second-most damaging hurricane to make landfall in the U.S. state of Louisiana on record. In contrast to hurricane Katrina, Ida’s number of casualties remains low. Nevertheless, it caused extensive damage to the properties in the state of Louisiana. Many homes across the coastal lines of the state were damaged or destroyed, and storm surges and rain caused widespread flooding. The most affected areas by the storm were New Orleans, Golden Meadow, Houma, Galliano, LaPlace, Lockport and Grand Isle.
As a result of Ida’s devastating force, many homeowners were left with a hefty cost of home repairs. Ida occurred during the Covid-19 pandemic, which now had already caused tremendous financial hardship to many Americans. Both unfortunate events left homeowners with the only option to turn to their insurance policy and their flood insurance policy to help pay for damages caused by the storm.
The type of damage and severity that a hurricane can inflict on a property will vary depending on the category. It is always best to check your property insurance to know what your policy covers. More specially, if you are a property owner that lives in a high-risk area prone to hurricanes & tropical storms
For property damage, hurricane victims may recover the cost of repairing or replacing their homes. Loss of personal property and other damages may be as well covered by the insurance policy. Below are some types of damages, but are not limited to:
Policy insurance companies have made it challenging for property owners to file claims and seek coverage for damages caused by natural disasters. Here are a few of the hurdles a property owner may incur with an insurance company.
At times property insurance companies either deny or underpay claims. In scenarios like this, the property owner may not get compensated correctly for the actual repair cost of the property. Or even worse not receive any compensation. For the most part law firms include a no-cost inspection of the affected property. This is an advantage for the claimant. In this manner, the person can have a better understanding of the real assessment of the repair cost and what they truly deserve to be compensated.
Another card beneath the sleeve is insurance policies commonly include intricate legal language in their documents. It becomes of utmost importance to hurricane victims to begin repairing damaged and lost property as soon as possible. For a claimant navigating alone filing a claim, more especially in the aftermath of the hurricane. The emotional toll and suffering a natural disaster can bring to anyone that has lost their home is of unimaginable proportions. Time is of the utmost importance in situations like this. An experienced attorney in property damage can help you expedite this process.
Lastly, it is important to keep in mind that adjusters are trained to find opportunities to limit what they say to the property owner to avoid full payouts. Hence, insurance disputes can become tedious and difficult. If you are a hurricane victim and are having issues with your insurance company. Fill out a no-cost claim review to see if you are eligible to receive compensation. – complete the free and easy claim review form today.