Broken or Burst Pipe Inside Your Home, Condo, or Business?
Your insurance policy may cover the cost of damage repair resulting from your broken pipe or drain.
Free Review of your Broken or Burst Pipe Damage Situation
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Broken and Burst Pipe Damage
Water & Broken Pipes, Including Drain Lines & Cast Iron Pipes
Do you have water where it shouldn’t be? Your insurance policy may cover the cost of damage repair resulting from your broken pipe or drain.
Water leaks and sewage backups are common causes of property damage. Supply lines with incoming water can break or develop holes, releasing anywhere from a few gallons to thousands of gallons into your property. Toilets can overflow and do the same thing. Drain lines, which are often made of cast iron can break or fail and become blocked and can cause waste water and sewage to back up into your property.
Contact us if you have signs of water damage such as:
- Water coming through the floors, walls or ceiling
- Drains, toilets, and showers backing up or not draining properly
- Swollen wood or laminate flooring
- Cracked or tenting tile flooring
- Bad smells
- In condominiums, water coming into your unit from the unit above or from the common areas
- Mold that seems to appear for no reason
We can help you determine if your insurance company is responsible for the damage and repair.
Additional Living Expenses & Business Loss Claims from Broken and Burst Pipe Damage
For home insurance claims, insurance companies may cover the cost of additional living expenses if you have to live elsewhere while repairs are made. For business claims, insurance companies may cover your business loss that are due to the damage.
If you Have a Broken or Burst Pipe
First, take proactive and immediate measures to stop additional damage from occurring. For example, if you have a burst water supply line, shut off the water source immediately. The insurance company will require you to mitigate further damage until they are able to send their adjuster to review it.
Second, take pictures and video of your damage. Keep all damaged components. The plumbing contractor may want to discard these components but don’t let them. Your insurance company may want to inspect them.
Unsure if your broken or burst pipe damage is covered under your insurance policy?
We know many of the tricks insurance companies use to underpay or deny claims. Moreover, anything you say may be used against you. You need someone on your side. Contact us for a free consultation before you go any further with your insurance company.
Free Review of Your Broken or Burst Pipe Damage Situation
Broken & Burst Pipe Settlement Examples
Recent property damage from a broken or burst pipe or drain? We handle new property insurance claims from start to finish. Do you know how much money you could be losing?
Think your insurance company didn’t pay you enough for your broken or burst pipe damage? We work to get you more. Don’t let the insurance company pay you less than you deserve.
Insurance company denied your broken or burst pipe claim? Do you know how much you could be losing? Don’t let them deny your claim without contacting us.