"We understand that homeowners will be looking to return their lives back to normal in the aftermath of the storm. The first step is to submit a claim and we strongly encourage any homeowner with property damage to refrain from signing any documentation they do not fully understand," said
Unfortunately, insurance fraud increases significantly after a major disaster. It is important that homeowners refrain from signing over rights to their claims, especially to contractors who arrive at their door unannounced and make promises to take over the claim process. That's a red flag. The misuse of an Assignment of Benefits agreement by contractors is a very real threat.
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