Insurance companies will usually send out a claims adjuster after a property has been significantly damaged to verify the damages and determine whether the reported incident was to blame. These investigations usually include a few interviews, some research into any official records, and gathering any other information that could verify that a policyholder’s claims are all true. Additionally, these adjustors will provide an estimation of what property should be covered. Thus, if a company doesn’t send out a claims adjuster relatively soon after the damages occurred, this may be a sign of bad faith, and the policyholder may take action against their policy provider through a lawsuit.
To learn more about the process of filing a claim against your insurance company for fair coverage, contact the insurance claims lawyers of Williams Kherkher at (713) 352-0031 today.