If your home has been damaged due to a wind in Florida, it is you – not the insurance adjuster – who must prove damages. In order to reach the best outcome for benefits after your property has been damaged by wind, fire, hurricane, hail, or plumbing issues, you must seek the help of a public adjuster South Florida.

Wind damage can occur as a result of a violent storm, hurricane, or tornado. The damage caused by these storms can be especially serious; therefore, it is sometimes difficult to prove whether wind or water was the culprit of the damage.   

Indications and Reprocussions of Wind Damage

  • Missing Roof Shingles: If shingles are badly damaged or missing from your roof, your home may become exposed to more damage as a result. Shingle damage can cause leaks, mold and other issues, causing even further damage to your property.
  • Missing/Damaged Gutter System: If the gutter system is missing or badly damaged, you could experience damage to your siding and foundation. Gutters should be replaced as soon as possible to prevent additional damage.
  • Damaged Windows: Broken, cracked, or missing windows and screens can pose serious safety risks to you and your family. 
  • Broken or Missing Fences or Enclosures: One of the most difficult damages to prove to the insurance company is a wind damaged fence or other enclosure. With an experienced public adjuster on your side, you can rest assured the necessary evidence will be collected to prove this type of damage.

In most wind damage cases, the interior of the home has also been damaged, the public adjusters with Equitable are here to help you get the compensation your deserve from your insurance company after the storm. Please contact us today to find out how our 50 years of experience in the public adjuster field can help you attain the maximum benefit amount for your storm, fire, or plumbing damage.

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Leonard Pisciotto, Jr. is the Owner of Equitable Public Adjusters & Appraisers, and Licensed as a Public Adjuster by the State of Florida.He has over 10 years of handling claims for one of the largest insurance companies in Florida, has Developed and managed a claims office of 20 Claim Adjusters.In addition, Mr. Pisciotto, Jr. is a Claims law graduate and Stetson University graduate.

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