FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What causes the pipe damage?
Cast iron pipes are known to deteriorate over time due to contact with the soil and surrounding elements. The Florida soil conditions accelerate the corrosion.
What if I think I have cast iron pipes?
If your home was built before 1975, you may have one of the 76 million American homes built with cast iron pipes. If you have any of the following problems, you may have a cast iron pipe that is corroding: Sulfur-like, irritating bad smell; Leaks; Roaches or other insects; Frequent Sewer Backups. Contact us for free guidance.
What if I have cast iron pipes, but I don’t know if they are damaged?
If your house was built before 1975 and you’ve had leaky waste pipes, sewer backup or clogged drains or any signs of the above, give us a call and we can advise you.
Is Justice Litigation Support a Law Firm?
No, we are not a law firm. We are trained and certified independent insurance claim adjusters and appraisers who work with claimants and, if applicable, their attorneys to obtain the true amount needed to properly repair damage from corroded cast iron pipes.
What is a Public Adjuster?
A public adjuster represents you, the insurance policyholder. The adjuster advises, manages and submits claims, where necessary, to the policyholder’s insurance company..
What if I filed an insurance claim but haven’t received any settlement information yet?
If your insurance company has sent a plumber or inspector to evaluate your home, you need to give us a call. They may be preparing to deny the claim or payout less than you are entitled to. Your timely response is critical to your indemnification.
The insurance company said that the amount they paid would more than cover my problem. Should I still call you?
Yes! You may have needed to replace all the plumbing in your home, as well as repair the leak damages. There may be underlying residual problems that you were not informed of or unaware of. We can re-open a claim, through appraisal, if there is cause. Were you told that all porous materials that come in contact with water from your drain system (wood, cabinets, clothes, carpet..) must be discarded?