New Report Helps You
File Claims for Hurricane
Laura Water Damages
Thinking of filing an insurance claim because of the water damages in your house or
business, but don't know where to start? Whiteman & Fields have a new report that takes
you through the steps to take before filing with your insurance company to make sure you
get a fair settlement.
They have just released a new
report on dealing with water
leaks, water damage, and leak
This report, authored by Whiteman & Fields, is intended to help the local
community assess the need for insurance claims, especially after recent
storm Hurricane Laura.
The newly released report details the
necessary steps to be undertaken by
homeowners who may be in need of
making an insurance claim after
experiencing water damage and leaks.
In addition to storm-related water damage, Whiteman & Fields
advises clients to be mindful of plumbing leaks, roof leaks,
dishwasher leaks, and water leaks from burst pipes.
Among the report's key findings
is how often floods are not
covered by homeowner's
The report's authors, Whiteman & Fields, are licensed, bonded and insured
public insurance adjusters who have worked with residential homeowners,
renters, and commercial business owners for over 35 years.
If you have been wondering how to
prepare yourself for the next big storm, the
report also found that many homeowners
could take additional steps to protect
themselves in the eventuality of water
In addition to assessing a property's risk and preparing that property for impact, this newly
released report encourages homeowners and business owners to consider calling a licensed
public insurance adjuster before reporting their insurance claim, as these advocates aim to
provide fair settlements.
One client of Whiteman & Fields,
Tracey Brown, expressed their
appreciation for the firm’s expertise.
"This was my first time experiencing
any issues in my home with water
After contacting John, his services were nothing short of
amazing. I was ve