VANDALISM AND THEFT
PUBLIC INSURANCE ADJUSTER SERVICES
Help With Your South Florida Vandalism Insurance Claim
Are you a commercial or residential property owner? If so, you run the risk of theft and vandalism.There are many factors that can increase or decrease these risks, including:
If you are a victim of vandalism or stolen property, it can be a very frustrating case. The public insurance adjusters at Fast Adjusters work tirelessly with owners to get a clear understanding of the scenario and make sure the vandalism damage claim is handled promptly and correctly.
Your South Florida Vandalism Damage Public Insurance Adjusters
Fast Public Adjusting has been serving the greater Miami area since the 1980s, has grown in resources to professionally handle vandalism insurance claims in areas like Miami Dade County, Broward County, Palm Beach County and beyond.
Experts in Vandalism Insurance Claims
Oftentimes, other firms look to maximize their number of claims, settling on what they think is good enough. We analyze each claim on a case-by-case basis to determine the proper strategy and approach for the claim.Our goal with every claim is to make sure that the insurance company complies with their obligations to their policy holder, properly and completely indemnifying them for their loss.Our top-notch public insurance adjusters are dedicated to making sure you receive the care you deserve after experiencing fire damage.
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Types of Vandalism
The most common type of property vandalism can occur when tenants are evicted from a commercial or residential property. Property owners enforce their rights to evict, thus upsetting their tenants and leading them to wreak havoc with no regard or respect for the owner or property.
In some cases the tenants completely trash the premises, making holes in the walls, graffiti, smashing appliances and fixtures, and many other damaging things.
This is where a public adjusting team comes in.
We will make sure you have the appropriate coverage and then begin outlining the loss to proceed with an insurance claim.
What Are Vandalism and Theft?
The intentional destruction of property is popularly referred to as vandalism. Some examples include:
Vandalism is a malicious act and may reflect personal ill will, although the perpetrators need not know their victim to commit vandalism. The recklessness of the act imputes both intent and malice.
Because the destruction of public and private property poses a threat to society, modern statutes make vandalism a crime. The penalties upon conviction depend on the extent of the damage but include:
In addition, a person who commits vandalism may be sued in a civil tort action for damages so that the damaged property can be repaired or replaced.
In law, the crime of taking the property or services of another without consent is called theft. Under most statutes, theft encompasses the crimes of larceny, robbery, and burglary. Larceny is the crime of taking and carrying away the goods of another with intent to steal.
The Fast Public Adjusting team will approach a vandalism and theft situation clearly with the knowledge and expertise to be able to successfully recover what you deserve.
How to Get Started on a Vandalism Insurance Claim
If you believe you are the victim of a malicious attack on your home, including damaged assets in your home, car, or business, the first step is to document everything.
Take photos of valuables, appliances, fixtures, computers, and other items. Remember to check with your insurance company regarding specific items and if a specific rider needs to be purchased to maintain coverage.
A vandalism damage public insurance adjuster advocates for the policyholder in appraising and negotiating an insurance claim. They are the only type of claims adjuster that can legally represent the rights of an insured during an insurance claim process.
Once hired, we do the following:
We’ll even help coordinate the vendor to help you restore your home, car, and/or assets back to top form!
INFORMATION NEEDED WHEN FILING A CLAIM
When it comes to filing a vandalism insurance claim, the more information you have, the better.
To start the claims process, we will need the following information:
If you are not sure if you need a public adjuster, give us a call at (754) 367-0766 or fill out our contact form below.