You should not undertake any permanent repairs, nor dispose of any damaged property before an adjuster has been able to see the damage. In the case of perishable items (i.e., food) that must be disposed of, first take photographs of that property to substantiate the claim. If you do not comply with this requirement, some damages may not be covered. You should retain all receipts for emergency repairs and for items which might qualify under business interruption (such as water, ice, rental charges at another location if the business is uninhabitable, etc.).
I have reported my claim, now what should I do?
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