Tree Damage Drama: Navigating Insurance Hassles

Navigating Insurance Hassles

Bellator Claims Resolution 303-848-8557 Colorado

The individual owned an eight-unit condominium, and a deceased neighbor’s tree 🌳 fell onto their condo, causing a significant roof breach. When the neighbor filed a claim, the insurance company denied it, attributing the incident to a potential windstorm as an act of God. The condo owner contested, presenting evidence of the aged, gray tree and the absence of wind in pictures. Despite this, the insurance company persisted in refusing the claim. Consequently, the person had to file a claim with their own insurance, incurring a $1,000 deductible. πŸ’ΈπŸ˜“

Insurance companies may provide information that is not entirely accurate or only partially true. While many policies typically include coverage for windstorms unless explicitly excluded, the insurance company may be reluctant to fulfill a claim. If you seek assistance from someone well-versed in policy language and skilled in communicating with insurance companies, it can significantly enhance your chances of receiving fair compensation. We specialize in handling commercial and industrial property claims, so feel free to reach out to us for assistance today. πŸ πŸ€πŸ’Ό

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