You’re in the midst of a costly disaster. Of course, there’s insurance. And heaven knows you’ve paid enough in premiums to ensure that your carrier will file your claim quickly and without too much of a hitch.

But is it Reflective of Your True Loss?

Whether you’ve recently suffered damage from a fire, flood or storm, it’s likely that the insurance claims adjuster is unaware, or even unwilling to cover premium materials and possessions. For example, you were smart enough to pay the additional premiums to fully cover your vintage, one-of-a-kind Colonial home in West Michigan, but we’re betting the insurance company overlooked the original woodwork that will need complete restoration, or the built-in light fixtures that are now sought after by collectors and need to be removed. These irreplaceable items have value that extends beyond the ordinary building elements used in modern homes, as high-end as they may be; you should be paid to restore or replace them with comparable materials as needed.

Confused About the Process? We Can Help!

At Disaster Response, we don’t pack up our equipment and expect a check as soon as the cleanup is complete. Focused on alleviating the confusion, stress and anxiety that a damaging event can cause, we advocate for your full compensation. By filling out the required forms and providing line-by-line details of your actual loss, rather than perceived values, our claims adjusters help to work out the issues with your carrier and get you a check quicker.

From yesterday’s most extravagant homes to today’s most innovatively equipped office and industrial buildings, we understand the true value of what your West Michigan property is worth. And we work to prove that value to your insurance company, helping with filing and paperwork whenever needed. Find out why working with experienced professionals makes all the difference by contacting disaster response team today.