Tornadoes are terrifying, and the aftermath can be devastating. If you live in a high-tornado area, it’s important that you have a homeowner’s insurance policy that can help you rebuild in the event that your home and/or belongings are damaged by a tornado. Here, we’ll take a look at what you need to know about filing a claim after your home has been damaged by a tornado.
Reach Out To Your Insurance Agent As Soon As Possible
When you go through a traumatic event such as a tornado, it can be difficult to know where to begin when it comes to putting your life back together. One of the first things you’ll want to do is reach out to your insurance agent directly to discuss the next steps in filing your claim. They’ll be able to guide you through the claims process, one step at a time.
Discuss Emergency Work And/Or Accommodations
If you’re not able to safely live in your home due to damages caused by the tornado, talk with your insurance agent about arranging for emergency payouts for work to make your home habitable once again. If it’s not possible for you to live in your home while the work is being done, your insurance policy may pay for your to stay in a hotel until you’re able to move back into your home.
Live In A High-Tornado Area? Adams Insurance & Financial, Serving Northwest Arkansas, Can Help
Adams Insurance & Financial, Serving Northwest Arkansas, is here to help families stay protected despite unpredictable weather. Reach out or stop in today to talk about whether your homeowner’s insurance policy provides adequate protection against tornado damage.