Property owners are taking steps to recover after a significant line of storms produced multiple tornadoes, leaving several businesses and homes destroyed.
Wednesday's storms impacted parts of Pinellas, Hillsborough, and Polk counties.
According to the National Weather Service confirmed one EF-2 storm with wind speeds up to 125 miles per hour. The second tornado was classified as an EF-1 with wind speeds of 110 miles per hour.
Much of the damage occurred at an industrial park in Pinellas County.
Sill public adjusters are there in Florida to assist property owners who may be filing a property insurance claim. If you sustained damage, your first step is likely to call your insurance company.
A public adjuster offers a second opinion during a claim. Here are 7 things often overlooked by an insurance adjuster.
We recommend you call Sill so we can get started early to help you through the claims process.
Our team of licensed experts can help you to maximize your claim and settle much faster.
Here is what we do:
- Document all property damage, including contents
- Review current policy, identify all coverages
- Schedule all meetings and communications with your insurance company
- Ensure you get the claims settlement you deserve
- Settle your claim much faster
For business owners Sill may be able to help you recoup any lost revenue. Our team of forensic accountants can review your business records to determine if the tornadoes impact on your bottom line may be covered by your insurance policy.
Sill is the leading public adjusting firm in the country and we have offices in Orlando and Delray Beach. Our team is already in Tampa talking to property owners who were affected by the storms.