- Damage caused by hail. Hail is another unexpected occurrence that may occur during heavy storms and causes severe property damage. Many residents in Georgia have firsthand experience with the magnitude and risk of a hailstorm. Hail can easily shatter glass, dent cars, and cause significant property and home harm.
- Wind-related damage. The strongest plans can be no match for the vicious winds when tornadoes, hurricanes, extreme thunderstorms, and other severe storms strike. High winds and flying objects can cause significant damage or destruction to your house. They have the potential to smash your windows, push water into your house, and cause extensive damage to every aspect of it.
- Damage caused by water. This damage can rise several feet in a matter of minutes, and even with the best drainage, a home can still be flooded for reasons outside the builders' or owners' control. If your house has been flooded, you might be entitled to compensation for your damages.
During a storm, these and many other forms of damage can occur. Connect with our Atlanta storm damage attorney if you've incurred damages as a result of storm damage.
Dealing with the Insurance Companies
Following bad weather, damage to property claims is common. Low offers are often provided by insurance providers to close as many storm damage claims as possible. They make excuses after excuse to put off making an offer.