How insurance companies rob homeowners when it comes to payoff on the property damage such as hail or wind damage of the roof.
The property insurers use a lot of secret tactics to cheat house owners when point comes to the payoff for the property damages. The insurance industry has accumulated a lot of cash on account of these fraudulent activities practiced by them. Insurance fraudulent activities accounts for about $30 billion a year - or 10 percent - of the insurance industry's property and casualty losses, according to the Insurance Information Institute.
Insurance companies first give you an insurance that you don’t need an attorney to settle out the payoffs but later on they start using dirty tactics to save money in their pockets and settle you on an unfair amount.
Insurer’s payoffs are quite contrary to what they have promised to you in the beginning at the time of taking the insurance. It may become very difficult to have your insurance claim processed correctly. Their little payoffs and tactics to save money has become a heated argument among the customers. These cash rich companies cheat their customers when it comes to the payoff time for the property damage of the homeowners. As a part of the payoffs these companies ask for too many proofs of the damages and also take a large amount of time to process these request, which makes tests the patience of the customers.
Insurer’s also ensures to make you sign a statement or make a recorded statement "for the record" without representation. During recorded statements in particular, skilled adjustors can make you say things that will later support their claim that you are faking the property damages. You may inadvertently claim fault or the adjustor will lure you into a detailed account of your day up until the crash or other accident. Then they would make a scene like you were distracted and it's right there on tape.
There are other tactics as well which Insurer practices to cheat homeowners:
Customers have to test their patience in the literal sense as these companies process their claims very slowly and ineffectively.
Customers should be proactive in reading all the rules in an insurance policy before applying for the same.
At Roofing Giant, we have a great experience working with insurance companies on the projects such as hail and wind damages of the roof. We are always glad to assist you and answer all your questions. Visit www.RoofingGiant.com/claims for more information.
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