A series of tornadoes rolled across multiple states in the south Thursday evening leaving dozens of properties damage and at least 5 people dead.
Tornadoes were reported in Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, and Mississippi according to CNN.
In Pelham, Alabama as many as 60 homes were damaged leaving city leaders to implement a curfew. Friday morning crews are out in force clearing roadways of debris and fallen trees.
If you find your property has sustained damage from the storm you will need to file an insurance claim.
If you contact NFA, the leading public adjusting firm in North America, we can help you with your claim.
When you work with NFA we can expedite your claim, helping you to settle faster, and for a much larger settlement from your insurance property.
NFA’s disaster response team is ready to come to your property for a free, no obligation inspection of the damage. Our team will also review your current insurance policy and ensure you get the settlement you deserve.
Many people are not aware that they have the right to work with a public adjuster who will represent their interests throughout the insurance claim process.
For victims of Thursday’s tornadoes, hiring NFA could save you thousands of dollars and get you on the road to recovery much sooner.
Here’s what we do:
- Review current insurance policy, identify all coverage limits
- Inspect your property damage, assess and document all value
- Handle all communication with insurance company
- Ensure your insurance company gives you the coverage you deserve
- Settle your claim much faster, and for a larger amount
NFA’s public adjusting team is available 24/7 and has been actively responding to locations all over the region to help property owners dealing with storm damage. Get your claim process started with the support of NFA by calling 800-777-3333.
NFA is the leading public adjusting firm in North America with more than 30 offices. We are the largest and most trusted public adjusting company in the industry, with the experience to negotiate any damage claim with even the largest insurance providers in the world.