With the recent, most unfortunate string of natural disasters, who is not thinking about those affected, every day? Florida, Texas, Puerto Rico… millions of people’s lives have been cast into catastrophe. The magnitude of these events is evident in the media. Along with the recent floods in Texas and in the aftermath from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, the extent is immense as seen in coverage from the New York Times and NPR.
Floods from Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico
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Flooding In Houston
In addition to all the flooded homes and buildings, countless cars have been swallowed up by flood water.
Was the Used Car You’re Looking To Buy Previously In A Flood?
While continuing to deal with the situation at hand, we may not be currently able to immediately prevent these natural disasters. But if one thing is certain, it’s that we can try our best to pick up the pieces and continue on, once more. In the aftermath of calamity, we set forth to recover our losses and curtail any further negative effects of the present situation.
How can you tell if a used car has been in a flood?
Recouping From Your Loss
If you find yourself in such an event, it’s important you get the help you need. The last thing you need is more trouble from the already existing catastrophe or to argue with your insurance over what you are owed. Don’t let insurance fool you. Get the compensation you are owed.
McKenzie & Snyder has years of experience in helping ensure those who are owed get exactly their due payment, not a lesser offer from their insurance. There is no upfront cost – You don’t pay anything unless you win.
Call McKenzie & Snyder for a free consultation – (513) 737-5180 ext 30