If you are dealing with the aftermath of a plumbing malfunction such as a burst pipe, your homeowner’s insurance or commercial property insurance most likely covers this issue. However, whether or not the insurance company will pay up is another issue entirely. 

Burst Pipes And Insurance Claims

While burst pipes in some areas of the country are caused by freezing temperatures, in our area, they are usually due to some sort of material failure in the pipe. Depending on where the pipe is, how much water is flowing through it, and how long it has been broken, damage from a burst pipe can be minimal or severe. More often than not, a burst pipe results in the need for water restoration and, in some cases, mold mitigation. 

Burst pipes can damage drywall, flooring, personal belongings, and other items inside your home. Recovering after a burst pipe can takes weeks of removing water, drying, dehumidifying, and replacing damaged structural components. Unfortunately, insurance rarely wants to cover all of these factors and policyholders often do not know how to fight back against a lowball settlement. 

A Public Adjuster For Plumbing Claims Can Help

When you call a Florida public adjuster for water damage after a burst pipe or other plumbing failure, we will thoroughly handle your claim from start to finish. We can negotiate with the insurance company to try to get you the compensation you are entitled to. We will look beyond the surface to investigate hidden water damage that could lead to a bigger issue down the line. 

If you need assistance with a burst pipe insurance claim in Florida, we can help. Contender Claims Consultants are here to review your claim and work with your insurance company to get you the compensation you are entitled to. Reach out today to get started

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