After a seemingly never-ending winter that left much of the nation blanketed in ice, snow, and freezing conditions, the first hints of warm weather in 2014 were accompanied by severe storms, straight-line winds, and deadly tornados across the U.S., particularly in the South and Midwest. Now that the skies have cleared again, many people across the nation are looking at the severe damage that their homes sustained in the storms and starting to think about repairs and insurance claims. However, for condominium owners, this process could be a little more complicated than they might initially imagine.
Why Condominium Claims Get Complicated After Severe Storms
Because of the layers of ownership and policy coverage, condo claims may involve multiple individuals, companies, insurance plans, and providers. Because the damage from this year’s storms was so severe in so many areas, condominium owners face even more potential complications in getting the financial support they need to make urgent repairs. Additionally, relief may be available through county and state emergency funds after the large-scale damage from April’s tornadoes and major storms. However, this will vary drastically from region to region and may be confusing to determine if you qualify.
Getting Immediate Help With Your Questions
If you have been affected by the recent severe storms in the U.S., our team is standing by to help you with your questions about condominium damage and insurance claims. Even if you ultimately choose to handle the insurance process on your own, a review with an experienced legal team can help you get started on the right foot and make sure all the details are covered. Simply give us a call, send us an email, or fill out the contact form on this page today.