If you have had a fire in your home or business you are in the right place.
If you have had a fire in your home or your business you need to give us a call here at The Claims Desk. These claims are seldom straightforward but you are in the right place.
Even a small fire can cause extensive damage. Often times the fire itself only causes one element of damage, whereas you need be aware that heat, smoke and soot logging can cause further and more widespread damage throughout your property. Smoke will get into places that you can’t see or easily access, and is by its very nature acidic and can cause corrosive damage to electrical items.
You will also quickly become aware that everything will smell of smoke and unless properly treated this will linger for months.
Fires are not as common as they used to be, but every year we see and deal with dozens of fire damage claims, and they can be very complex indeed. There are often so many aspects to deal with.
Typically in a home there is damage to the
- structure of the buildings and
- the contents and
- if the home is uninhabitable you may well need to move into alternative accommodation (hyperlink to accommodation video page)possibly for up to six months
Call us for a free confidential conversation about your case on 0208 906 0098
If your business has been damaged by fire, just think how destructive this can be if your machinery, plant and contents or stock are affected. Even a small amount of damage can have devastating consequences on your ability to trade and adversely affect your turnover and profits.
If you are not sure if you need a Loss Assessor at all, or cannot decide who to instruct, well we are here to guide you without any obligation. Take a look at our video on how to select a Loss Assessor, or pop your details in the contact form below for a copy of our book “Five Deadly Sins That Can Destroy Your Claim”.
Don’t forget your Insurers will instruct a Loss Adjuster to represent them and their interests so you my want an expert on your side. You can check out our video on the difference between Loss Adjusters and Loss Assessors too, before you make any decision.