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Dealing with fire damage is a complex and emotional process. Fires can be caused by various factors, including electrical issues, cooking accidents, smoking, arson, etc. Regardless of the cause, the damage can be devastating, leaving you overwhelmed and unsure of what to do next.

Types of Fire damage

Some of the types of fire damage we commonly deal with include:

  • Structural damage: Fire can weaken and damage the structural integrity of a building, making it unsafe for occupancy.
  • Smoke damage: Smoke can seep into walls, furniture, and other materials, leaving an unpleasant odour and causing discoloration.
  • Water damage: Water used to extinguish a fire can cause additional damage to your property, including mold growth and structural issues.
  • Personal property damage: Fires can destroy or damage personal belongings, including clothing, furniture, electronics, and more.

The fire dangers

From small kitchen fires to full-scale structure blazes the aftermath of a fire can be overwhelming and dangerous. Even after the initial flames have died down, there may be hidden embers that could re-ignite and cause further damage to your property or pose a threat to your safety.

That's why it's crucial to leave fire damage restoration to professionals. At IZP Consulting, we have the experience and knowledge to ensure that your property is safely and efficiently restored to its pre-loss condition safely and efficiently.

handling your fire claim

When you work with IZP Consulting, you can trust that we'll handle every aspect of your fire damage claim with care and attention to detail. We'll thoroughly assess the damage and work with you to document everything, including photographs and written descriptions. We'll file your insurance claim on your behalf and negotiate with your insurance company to ensure you receive a fair settlement.


A public adjuster is a licensed insurance professional who works on behalf of policyholders to help them file and negotiate insurance claims.

A public adjuster works for the policyholder, while an insurance adjuster works for the insurance company. Public adjusters are independent and do not have any affiliation with insurance companies.

Hiring a public adjuster can help you navigate the complex insurance claims process and increase your chances of receiving fair compensation for your losses. Public adjusters have the expertise and knowledge to help you document and present your claim effectively.

Public adjusters typically work on a contingency fee basis, which means they only get paid if you receive a settlement. The fee is typically a percentage of the settlement amount.

Public adjusters can help with a wide range of losses, including property damage from natural disasters, fires, water damage, and more. They can also help with business interruption claims.

Yes, public adjusters can help you appeal denied or underpaid claims. They can review your policy, documentation, and negotiate on your behalf with the insurance company.

The timeline for the claims process with a public adjuster can vary depending on the complexity of the claim and the insurance company’s response time. However, public adjusters work diligently to expedite the process and get you a fair settlement as soon as possible.

When choosing a public adjuster, it’s important to look for one with a strong track record of success, positive client reviews, and proper licensing and insurance. You can also ask for referrals from friends, family, or your insurance agent.