Gulf Coast Adjusting, LLC To Offer Assistance With Proof Of Loss Requirements For Flood Victims In S.E. Louisiana

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Pursuant to the National Flood Insurance Program's Standard Flood Insurance Policy, the Policyholder is required to submit a Sworn Statement in Proof of Loss within 60 days of the Date of Loss.

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From the desk of Rich Lyon - Owner, Public Insurance Adjuster, Registered Insurance Appraiser, and Expert Insurance Damage Estimator at Gulf Coast Adjusting, LLC.

Pursuant to The Standard Flood Insurance Policy, Section VII, J. Requirements in Case of Loss, 4. "Within 60 days after the date of loss, send us a proof of loss, which is your statement of the amount you are claiming under the policy signed and sworn to by you, and which furnishes us with the following information."

If the Policyholder fails to meet this 60 day Proof of Loss Requirement, they may lose the right to recover the total amount of damage compensation owed them under the terms of the Flood Policy.

It is important to note that the Flood Adjuster handling your claim may offer their version of your Proof of Loss, with the promise that if a supplement is required, they can assist with the supplement at a later date.

At Gulf Coast Adjusting, we strongly suggest the Policyholder "get it right" the first time. This can save tremendous amounts of effort and time - ever precious commodities when your main concern is repairing your Flood Damaged Home or Business, and replacing your damaged Belongings and Inventories.

In an effort to serve Policyholders is this time of need, Gulf Coast Adjusting is prepared to assemble Professional Structural and Contents Estimates, and other documentation required to fulfill the Flood Policy requirements under very reasonable terms.

Gulf Coast Adjusting, LLC
4912 Clarke St.
Metairie, LA 70006
email: gulfcoastadjusting(at)live(dot)com

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