Helping Home & Business Owners Impacted by the Tennessee Wildfire
Frustration is growing as home and building owners trudge through the rebuilding phase in working with their insurance companies. Meeting with insurance adjusters, contractors and all other tertiary entities requires a lot of brainpower and prayer. Our question for you is, how are you doing with it all?
As Public Adjusters we understand how these things work from the beginning of the event all the way through the rebuilding process. We have provided help to thousands of home and business owners annually who have worked through issues just like yours. From Hurricane Matthew to the Louisiana flooding and structure fires throughout the year, we’re here to help.
Our primary goal is to make sure you successfully recover from this tragic event through helping you properly navigate and achieve favorable results from your insurance claim process.
The hard truth about your insurance company:
- They are looking after their own bottom-line first
- Their process is not setup to make payout quick or easy
- With hundreds of claims being presented by suffering home and business owners the insurance company works for their best interest at all times.
We are looking out for your best interest!
- We ensure your policy is thoroughly enforced by maximizing every penny and expediting the process
- Experts in handling catastrophic events and structure fires
- Local network passionately helping fellow Tennesseans
Please contact us by phone, form submission or live chat to setup your free consultation or claim review.
CMA proudly serves with Tennessee’s leading Commercial Loss Public Adjuster, Cornerstone Adjusters, and the states’ top policyholder attorneys when necessary.
Wildfire education brought to you by the Insurance Institute for Business & Home Safety
If you are going to be repairing or rebuilding your home then it’s best to research your options now. IBHS is the nation’s leading authority on all things related to building, or retrofitting, home and business structures in preparation for perils relevant to the structure’s location.
Visit this link to be taken to the IBHS website for their extensive wildfire related resources.