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Dealing with flooding…
Monday, 30 May, 2011 – 13:52 | No Comment

Over the past weeks,  Michigan’s wettest spring since the ’50s has unleashed major flooding in many areas, including Dearborn, Livonia, Southfield, Troy, Farmington, Detroit, Ann Arbor, Flint, Monroe, and Saginaw. Intense rainfall, damaging winds, large hail and powerful thunderstorms have left many without power and with severe property damages.

While we received reports of fallen trees, wind damage and roof damage, the most significant damages occurred because of flooding, especially basement flooding. Many homeowners found …

Flood or Not?
Tuesday, 19 Apr, 2011 – 8:12 | No Comment

For the past few months, we received a large number of inquires for advice about claims related to flood damage. This year was particularly eventful for Michigan, as we had to endure not just frigid temperatures but also a lot of snow. That meant flooded homes and basements, both from ruptured pipes, and from the melting waters.
While they result in the same kind of damage – destroyed floors, moldy walls and furniture, toxic …

On the cold front…
Tuesday, 8 Feb, 2011 – 10:23 | No Comment

Flooding from broken pipes could cause a great deal of damage to residential or commercial properties. Water damage, especially if not promptly attended to, is very costly to repair. So here are some things to be aware of.

Michigan Sworn Statements in Proof of Loss Fire & Water Claims
Thursday, 4 Feb, 2010 – 11:22 | No Comment

Most insurance companies require insureds to file a Sworn Statements in Proofs of Loss within sixty days of having a fire or flood.  Some insurance companies require that the Proofs are filed when requested by the adjuster.  Always check the policy language to protect oneself from missing this important deadline.