Make a Claim With Us
Your insurance policy covers a wide range of losses in property damages from natural disasters, fires, water, and mold. When a storm has ravaged your home, or a fire has ruined it, you should file a claim with your insurance provider as soon as possible. While many insurance companies have their own adjusters, some work directly with contractors like E & L Star Construction Inc. to verify insurance claims. Of course, you may also reach out to our team for a second opinion. We would be happy to provide our opinion to your insurance company’s adjuster before restoring your home.
Need Help Filing an Insurance Claim?
Do you need help filing an insurance claim with your provider? E & L Star Construction Inc. can help through this complicated process. We have worked with many clients who had never filed a claim before contacting us. Our contractors can sit you down and walk you through the process. Filling out documents regarding your claim can be more difficult than it should. To prevent inaccurate information and a denied claim, let our team assist you as necessary.
Frequently Asked Questions
If you’ve never filed an insurance claim for your home, you may have a lot of questions. Lucky for you, you’re not the only one. We have answered a few of the frequently asked questions below.
What is an insurance claim adjuster?
An insurance claim adjuster, also known as a claims adjuster, is a person who determines how much the insurance company should pay for the claim you filed. For an adjuster to formulate a price, they will perform the following:
- Interview you
- Inspect the damage themselves
- Interview witnesses
- Review reports from contractors and other officials
Why should I hire E & L Star Construction Inc. to inspect the damage for the insurance company?
By having our team inspect the damage to your home, you can speed up the restoration process. We can often inspect the damage and formulate a price for the repairs well before the adjuster is scheduled to meet you. If that is the case, the insurance company may choose to skip their own adjuster’s inspection and move to the next step.
Additionally, adjusters inspect a number of different aspects of the claim, such as witnesses, documents, and officials. We are able to provide a report to the adjuster that backs up your claim, giving you more credibility.
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