Lightning damage – N.J. Carroll & Associates can help you with your insurance claim
Although rare, lightning damage is becoming increasingly more prevalent in Ireland. Damage from a lightning strike usually involves either the property catching fire or smouldering. However, power surges caused by the lightning itself can also damage electronics, sockets, telephones, TV’s and also computers. Furthermore, it can also cause damage to non-electronic devices. Concrete, brick or stone may also be split or fractured by the strike with chimney’s being the most regularly affected. Plaster walls and glass inside the property are also regularly affected by a lightning strike.
Will your insurance cover lightning damage?
You are absolutely covered for any lightning damage that may occur to your home.
The benefits of hiring a Loss Assessor to handle your lightning damage claim
Lightning damage claims can be tricky to deal with yourself as the true extent of damage is not always clear. This is where N.J. Carroll & Associates can help. We have been dealing with lightning damage claims for over 30 years and have a wealth of knowledge in handling these sorts of claims. We offer a free initial consultation and operate on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis. After meeting one of your insurance company’s representatives on site, we will then gather and submit all claim information to them and negotiate on your behalf in order to achieve the best possible deal we can for you.
N.J. Carroll & Associates can offer you the professional advice that you need and ensure that you receive a fair and adequate settlement for your lightning damage claim. Please do not hesitate to contact us and one of our experienced Loss Assessors and claims handlers will discuss any issues you have regarding your lightning damage claim.
We take care of the entire process so that you don’t have to.
N.J. Carroll & Associates Ltd are regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Our Financial Regulator Certificate number is C41330. Niall Carroll is a member of the Society of Chartered Surveyors and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors. We are also a member of the Irish Claims Consultants Association.