Why does the insurance company say that damage to my home was caused by wind-driven rain?

Many homeowners policies exclude “wind-driven” rain damage to the interior of a home or business unless an “opening” first occurs in the roof from wind or hail. Commonly, insurers will argue that the insured has the burden of proving that roof damage was caused by wind or hail. Despite the obvious and overwhelming impact of Hurricane Irma (and other recent named windstorms), many Florida policyholders found their claims denied based on this provision.

If an insurer is dragging its feet, or suggests that your hurricane damage is due to “wind driven” rain, give the Roller Law Group a call and we will have one of our roofing experts assess your situtation. For your free strategy session, call thhe Roller Law Group at 888-HI-ROLLER.

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