businessclaims

Business Claims

We Can Help With Business Claims

If you are a business owner, the last thing you have time for is to learn the lingo of the insurance industry and try to wrangle your insurance company into paying you a fair settlement. That’s especially true if your business has suffered damage due to water, fire or other unforeseen events. After all, you’ll be busy communicating with clients, recreating business orders and invoices and other important aspects of running a successful business. But the claims process can be arduous, and that’s where we come in. We can guide you through the claims process and let you concentrate on putting your business back together.

What Types of Business Claims are There?

Business owners file claims for the following reasons:

• Property damage: Whether it’s due to a hurricane, snow storm or a leaky roof or busted pipe, you’ll need your insurance company to pay a fair settlement so you can rebuild or repair your property and get back to business.
• Loss of use. If you can’t do business from your storefront or office, you’ll need to make other arrangements. We can help you get a settlement to help you pay for that if your policy covers it.
• Business interruption. You rely on your monthly sales income to power every aspect of your business, and when that flow is interrupted, it can wreak financial havoc. Business interruption coverage will help you cover some of those expenses. We can evaluate your policy and determine what you should expect from your insurance provider.

You’re Busy—Let Us Help

When you hire us at Second Opinion Claims Services, you’ll get an advocate to help you in the complicated claims process. We’ll thoroughly evaluate your policy, help you file your claim, give you referrals to qualified and trusted contractors and negotiate with your insurance company to ensure that you’re paid every penny that you’re due. Our years of experience will help you concentrate on the business issues that you need to. Give us a call, and get back to what you do best—running your business.