A fire is an unfortunate event that can happen to anyone at any time.
The first thing that you should do after the fire has been put out is to contact your insurance provider as soon as possible. Many companies would require you to contact them within a certain amount of time after the incident to notify them of the loss that you have sustained. You should report date of loss, types of damage, injuries sustained, location of injuries, involvement of other parties, and description of the damaged contents.
You should also review your insurance policy and create a visual record of the damage that you have sustained.
Please contact John McMenamin at McMenamin Law Group, P.A. for a free consultation to review your insurance policy.
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