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Though you may not realize it, your insurance policy might provide only for a percentage of coverage on hurricane or wind damage. This is especially true if you live in a region prone to things like tornados or hurricanes.
What does that mean to a home or business owner? It means that you should find a policy that doesn't cap the exposure that the insurance company will face if a storm occurs, and you might also find it very appealing to talk with a public adjuster in the "pre-loss" period.
What is the pre-loss period? This is the time before any storm or damage happens, and is when you can begin to learn just exactly what to expect should you need to file a claim for hurricane or wind damage. For instance, your public adjuster might go over your needs to determine if you have things like business interruption coverage as well as the storm damage coverage. They might determine if your homeowner's policy does contain a limitation around hurricane damage.
They will then be ready to help you if and when something occurs. You won't have to find a public adjuster as you seek to recover from a storm and will instead have someone ready to get to work as soon as the dust settles.