WASHINGTON, April 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Homeowners Consumer Center is now urging homeowners anywhere in New Jersey to call them anytime at 866-714-6466, if they had significant damage to their home as a result of a storm, water leak, or fire and their homeowners insurance company shortchanged them on the claim settlement. http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
The Homeowners Consumer Center is urging homeowners in New Jersey to contact them immediately at 866-714-6466 if their home sustained damage to their home because of a severe storm, a fire, or a plumbing leak, and their homeowners insurance company shortchanged them on their insurance claim. http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
The Homeowners Consumer Center wants to emphasize this is a statewide initiative in New Jersey, and is focused on helping a homeowner in any community in New Jersey such as Newark, Jersey City, Paterson, Elizabeth, Edison, Toms River, Trenton.
The types of insurance claims the Homeowners Consumer Center is talking about could include for homeowners in New Jersey include:
- Severe winter storms that could have caused severe roof damage, severe roof leaks, pipe bursts, and home exterior damage.
- Severe spring, or summer storms in 2014, or 2013 that resulted in expensive roof, siding, or window damage.
- Typically the types of storms the Homeowners Consumer Center is referring to are storms that would have significantly impacted an entire community, or neighborhood in New Jersey.
The Homeowners Consumer Center says, "We are reaching out to all homeowners in New Jersey, and we are urging them to call us at 866-714-6466 if they submitted an insurance claim to their homeowners insurance company that resulted in a less than satisfactory claims settlement. How does a homeowner replace their severely damaged roof, if their homeowners insurance company only offers them half as much as needed to pay for the repairs? A damaged roof is just one is just one example. We could also be talking about fire damage, siding damage, or home interior damage that was caused by a burst pipe, etc.
"Our initiative also includes homeowners in the same predicament if they live in New York, Illinois, Colorado, or Tennessee."
"Our only caveat is the insurance claim can be no older than two years old, and the proof of loss must be well documented by the homeowner." http://HomeownersConsumerCenter.Com
M. Thomas Martin
SOURCE Homeowners Consumer Center