BROOKLYN, NEW YORK — For five days, Hurricane Ida slammed its way up the eastern seaboard of the U.S., causing flooding, downed power lines, and mass destruction. Many houses were damaged as the result of fallen trees and flooding during the hurricane.
James Guercio of Rubin & Rosen Adjusters says homeowners should assess the damage from Ida immediately and contact a public insurance adjuster as soon as possible. “We are currently receiving claims from homeowners whose houses were damaged, but a majority of claims we are getting involve trees falling onto homes and flooding,” he says. “If your home has suffered damage as a result of Ida, don’t wait. File your claim now.”
With locations in Brooklyn and Melville, New York, Rubin & Rosen Adjusters has been assisting homeowners recover from property losses for more than 30 years. For more information, call (718) 376-6800 or visit www.rubinandrosen.com.