After severe weather or an unexpected disaster has destroyed their homes, many condominium owners immediately start the long and painful process of documenting the damage with photographs and video recordings. While these visual records of losses can be extremely important evidence in the ensuing claims process, don’t get frustrated when you have to revisit the process with the professionals later. It’s important to take the time to make your own photographic inventory of condominium damage, but it doesn’t replace the need for a professional assessment.
Expect Additional Documentation for Legal and Insurance Purposes
In addition to your own documentation, you can expect the insurance company to also send a team to the location of the damage, and their professional assessments are generally required by your policy. If you are working with an attorney to handle your insurance claim, he or she may also arrive on location to collect information and help you document the damage. In some cases, it may also be necessary to call in other professionals as well.
Reach Out to Our Team for Help With Condominium Insurance Claims
If you need help documenting damage to your condominium, or if you simply have questions about your claim and coverage, our professional legal team is available to assist you today. We can walk you through everything you need to know to most effectively recover your losses, and we are happy to answer your questions.
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