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Roof Claims

Some of the most common homeowner’s disputes involve your roof. Central Florida’s climate makes for severe weather that can cause severe damage to your roof for nearly six months. The most common damage to your roof that can occur is hail and wind. Hail damage can substantially shorten a shingle’s life expectancy and impair its ability to protect the home. If you do not repair hail damage shortly after the occurrence, it may lead to additional damage. Similarly, wind damage lifts, creases and eventually tears shingles off a roof. If wind damage shingles are not repaired shortly after the occurrence, interior damage may occur.

Depending on a variety of factors, roof and extent of damage, your insurance company may provide enough insurance benefits for a full roof replacement.

If your insurance company does not provide a full replacement and only wants to pay for a repair, please contact us for a free roof claim review. Certainly contact us under these circumstances if many of your neighbors are getting full roof replacements and your insurance company only wants to pay for a repair.

If your claim has been denied, delayed, or undervalued, please give us a call at 407-843-9153 or contact us at [email protected] to set up a free insurance claim consultation.

The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely on advertisements. Before you decide, ask us to send you free written information about our qualifications and experience.

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