Help with Fire Insurance Claims
If you need to make an insurance claim for fire damage, here’s how we can help:
- Meet with insurers and advise what emergency response and best course of action is required
- Recommend structural engineers and surveyors where required providing accurate, impartial and independent assessment of repair and cost
- Assess, safeguard and stabilise the building, the environment, undertake necessary emergency repairs
- Help identify alternative emergency accommodation
- Arrange for other professionals or stakeholders in relation to the repairs, to attend your property
Your Claim’s validation, survey and managed-building repair service comes with no additional charge or fees, other than your insurance excess. The insurance company pays our costs. Call us to find out more.
Even if a fire is not large, smoke damage often causes more damage than the fire itself.
Your Claim can help you make an insurance claim for fire damage. With an immediate response, we liaise with your insurance company; assess the damage and provide an inventory of the work required to repair your property.
Our Experience is Your Advantage
Once the required repair work has been agreed, our experienced and trusted tradesmen will put right the damage, with Your Claim co-ordinating and project managing repairs through to completion.
“Graham is a true professional and has in-depth knowledge of his business and related areas. He helped me out in a very difficult situation after there was a fire in a house. Graham dealt with all the relevant claims issues and negotiated a sensible settlement. He worked with the insurance companies, as well as submitting detailed claims specifications. He then assisted with sourcing relevant builders and tradesmen to do remedial work and project managed the works. This included regular feedback by phone and email and quality photos for each stage for insurance needs. Graham is a definite point of contact when you need insurance claims help especially if you are unable or unwilling to do the work yourself.”
Keith Crossman, Essex