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Fire Damage Claim Experts

Guiding You Through the Challenges of Fire-Related Losses

Don’t get burned with a low insurance payout in your fire damage. At CCMI, our team is dedicated to getting you top dollar so you can rebuild, or chart your own path forward with your recovery funds. We specialize in providing expert support and assistance to individuals and businesses grappling with fire damage insurance claims in Florida. We are dedicated to helping you navigate the intricacies of your claims process. Let us be your advocate, ensuring you receive the maximum insurance payout for your fire-related losses.

“Dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Ian has been a challenge. Century is continuing to walk us through the long process. Roberto has been great at keeping me informed and readily available for questions. The journey continues but I am glad to have Century representing me in my Ian claim.”

— Aura Brooks

Understanding Fire Damage Insurance Claims

For Commercial & Residential Claims

Varieties of Fire Damage

Fires can lead to a wide array of damage in both residential and commercial properties. These problems may encompass structural damage, damage to walls and interiors, smoke damage, loss of personal or business property, and more. Gaining a comprehensive understanding of the specific types of damage you may face is the initial step in evaluating your insurance coverage and initiating a thorough fire damage insurance claim.

Common Insurance Policies in Florida

In Florida, both homeowners and businesses depend on insurance coverage to safeguard their assets and properties. We meticulously scrutinize your insurance policy, whether it’s your homeowner’s insurance, commercial property insurance, business interruption insurance, or specialized fire insurance. Our experts will help you assess your losses in relation to your coverage.

Inclusions and Exclusions

Insurance policies invariably come with distinct coverage limits and exclusions, which can vary significantly between homeowner and business policies. We delve into the specific coverage components that may apply to your situation and elucidate potential exclusions that you should be mindful of. Understanding these details is crucial in ascertaining the scope of your claim and ensuring you have adequate protection.

Understanding the Claims Process

Whether you’re a homeowner or a business owner, navigating the claims process is an essential step following fire-related damage. We offer an in-depth explanation of the typical stages involved in initiating a fire damage insurance claim. This encompasses the initial damage assessment, meticulous documentation, submission of your claim, and preparing you for negotiations with your insurance company during the claims settlement process.

Commonly Covered Items for Fire Damage Claims by Homeowners and Businesses:

  • Structural damage to buildings, including walls, roofs, and foundations.
  • Damage to personal or business property, such as furniture, electronics, inventory, and equipment.
  • Smoke damage to interiors, including walls, ceilings, and belongings.
  • Costs associated with emergency services, such as firefighting efforts and temporary accommodations.
  • Business interruption losses stemming from fire damage, leading to temporary closure or reduced operations.
  • Additional living expenses for homeowners, covering temporary accommodation and heightened living costs during property restoration.
  • Costs associated with debris removal to clear and dispose of wreckage from the property.
  • Loss of use coverage, reimbursing homeowners or businesses for additional living or operational expenses incurred while the property remains uninhabitable or under repair.
  • Expenses for emergency repairs to prevent further damage, such as boarding up windows and securing damaged structures.

By reviewing your specific insurance policy, we can pinpoint the precise coverage offered and any potential limitations or exclusions that may apply to fire-related damages. Coverage can significantly fluctuate depending on the policy and the insurance provider.

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