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Frozen Pipe Damage

Countless homes in all areas of the country are affected by frozen pipe damage each year. As the temperature drops outside, the water in your pipes can freeze. The risk of freezing pipes becomes more likely when water isn’t moving through the pipes. While some pipes retain some form of protection from the freezing temperatures, many outdoor pipes remain susceptible to the cold.

A frozen pipe usually results in a pipe burst insurance claim. Knowing what to do in the event of a pipe burst may allow you the opportunity to avoid some of the costs that come from excessive damage. We encourage our customers to take preventative action to avoid pipe bursts, but we understand that sometimes things are unavoidable.

The average claim resulting from a pipe burst has damages that exceed over $15,000. It can be difficult to navigate the claims procedures that follow these costly events. Here at Second Opinion Claims Services, we understand this. When dealing with insurance companies, it is easy to become overwhelmed by the confusing lingo and endless paperwork. That’s why we are here.

We express our confidence in our ability to get you the money that you deserve, as reflected by your policy: if you don’t receive any money, neither do we. Our clients boast an average settlement that is 200% more than the first offer made by their insurance company. We make it our job to ensure that you are properly compensated for your frozen pipe claim. If you have suffered from frozen pipe damage, consider the help of Second Opinion.