A statement from Florida Loss on COVID-19

Florida Loss Public Adjusters, Inc. - State License# E109802 |

(954) 430-7333

Even the best of cooks makes mistakes. If you somehow start a grease fire in your kitchen, try not to panic. Of course, that’s easier to say after the fact. A lot of people think they should throw water on a grease fire. That’s a big mistake. All that will do is make the fire worse. If this happens, your kitchen and the rest of your home may suffer serious damage. If that’s the case, it may be time to call a fire damage adjuster in Florida.

What Causes Grease Fires?

Grease fires are caused when oil or fat spill over the pan and land on the stove plate. When the flame catches the oil, it will start a fire that feeds itself. This means that it can’t be put out with water. The safest thing to do is toss a towel over the flames. If the flames are too big for this trick, use your fire extinguisher. Most people keep it near their kitchen for this reason. Because they spread so quickly, they can cause an awful lot of damage.

Why Would the Insurance Company Deny Your Claim?

When the insurance adjuster sees your claim, they may think the fire was intentional. Some people file claims for small fires so they can get a new kitchen installed. If this is the case, you should hire a fire damage adjuster in Florida to reach out to the insurance company. They have a lot of experience dealing with these companies. Most of them worked for them at some time. They understand what the insurance companies are looking for when it comes to paying a claim.

Most Policies Cover this Sort of Fire

The good news is that these claims are typically paid by the insurance company. If they’re taking too long to review yours or you have a feeling it’s going to be denied, call our office. You may need someone who know how the insurance companies work on your side. Florida public adjusters usually spend years with the big insurance companies before they become a public adjuster. They know that these sorts of claims are normally paid. They can inspect your claim to see if there’s a certain reason why it’s being denied. All you have to do is call and talk to one of our office staff so you can schedule your free estimate.

(954) 430-7333