Letters of Protection

AdobeStock_166955384Although the ability for property insurance consumers to assign their benefits to a contractor has been eliminated by the Florida Legislature, it’s still important to read your contract carefully.

Additionally, it’s important to remember that it is illegal for roofing contractors to solicit customers. Also, review contracts carefully and be aware that some contracts include a “letter of protection” clause.

Prepare Your Phone List Now

Now is the time to research trustworthy contractors in your area so you know who to call after a storm hits. To help our customers identify vetted and licensed contractors, American Integrity has partnered with Hancock Claims Consultants. They can assist you in finding a contractor to help with repairs of all types, including tarping, water mitigation, temporary housing for customers displaced by their home due to a covered loss, and vendors who can assist with needs covered by Additional Living Expenses coverage.

Reporting Damage

If you are a policyholder, please report claims to us by using our online Claims Portal (AIClaimsPortal.com) or by calling 844-My-AIIC-1 (844-692-4421). You will be assigned an adjuster that will expertly determine the cause of damage and whether it is covered by your policy.