Safety and Mitigation-
First of all, safety is a number one priority. It is YOUR responsibility to mitigate any of the damages or loss to ensure the premise is safe.
For water damage, electrical safety needs to be carried out and checked by a qualified electrician before you can go back into the premises.
For fire damage, a qualified Surveyor has to analyze the building and see if the fire has compromised any of the structure.
Alternative Accommodation or Business Relocation-
Temporary living space or business premises may be required for you immediately after the incident.
You need to organize this, and the costs need to be justified. In addition, these can help if the claim progress extends to a large period of time.
Seek Help from a Loss Assessor-
Loss Assessors are professionals in Insurance Claims Handling. They handle all aspects of the insurance claims process from start to finish. As a result, they take away most of the stress from the often long and complicated insurance claim management process. Furthermore, they will be conducting regular meetings with the Insurance Loss Adjuster to prepare the Insurance claims case.
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