Has Your Emerald Coast Home Been Vandalized?

The Emerald Coast is the unofficial name for the coastal area of Florida that is officially known as the Florida Panhandle. Cities like Destin and Ft. Walton Beach are popular tourist destinations. “Dubbed the ‘Emerald Coast’ by a local junior high school student in 1983 (he won $50 for his efforts), the thin stretch of coastline along the Florida Panhandle between Pensacola and Panama City has long been featured on the itineraries of motoring families and spring breakers.” (courtesy of an article at Lonely Planet.)

Yes, the Emerald Coast is beautiful and a lot of fun, but like every positive, there is always a negative. With the influx of tourist and party goers, most who just come to enjoy themselves, there will also be people with bad things on their mind. One such bad thing is vandalism. There are gorgeous, expensive homes on the Emerald Coast, filled with valuables. This can be quite the temptation to vandals and even burglars. Noble Public Adjusting Group wants our blog readers to know that if your home on the Emerald Coast has been vandalized, we can take care of filing your insurance claim for any damages or losses you experience as a result.

Has Your Emerald Coast Home Been Vandalized?

If you are dealing with home vandalism on the Emerald Coast, let Noble Public Adjusting Group know. We are here to help you make sure you can afford to make the repairs you need. We will make sure that your vandalism claim is filed with your homeowner’s insurance company so that they will pay you the money you deserve.

If your Emerald Coast home has been vandalized, follow these steps:

  1. Report the home vandalism to the police

Vandalism can take many forms. Trees and bushes can be destroyed, things can be burned on your property, your home can be spray painted, your house or vehicle could be damaged, your lights or windows can be broken, your locks could be glued, and much more. Your first step is the call the police. However, please note that Noble Public Adjusting Group can even handle this for you. You are already going to be traumatized, so anything we can do to lessen your distress that is within our power, we will do. If you see people in the act of vandalizing your home, call 911. Pay attention to as many details of the vandals as possible so that you can tell them to the police. If you have just discovered the vandalism and went online to find help, arriving at this blog post, call Noble right now at (850) 249-MY-PA. One of our professional public adjusters will arrive asap and help you from that point forward.

  1. Call Noble Public Adjusting Group

You need someone on your side if your Emerald Coast home has been vandalized. Noble Public Adjusting Group knows intimately the ins and outs of Florida insurance law. We know what your insurance company owes you. We also know that, far too often, company’s try to get by without paying you what you deserve. Talk to us so we can help make sure that your claim gets through. We have also built up great relationships with many home repair businesses along the Emerald Coast and we can help you figure the best one to help repair or clean up any vandalism damage to your home.

  1. Take pictures

After any immediate danger has passed and you’ve given Noble a call, make sure you take pictures of the damage from the vandalism. Of course, Noble can also help with this since we are very acquainted with what the insurance company will want to see. You may want to put cover up any damaged windows or start cleaning up any shattered glass, but make sure you get pictures first. This will help with your claim and also could help with any police investigation.

If you have been the victim of vandalism on the Emerald Coast, call us at Noble Public Adjusting Group today. We are here to help you get your life back to normal. You don’t have to navigate the trials of filing a homeowner’s insurance claim alone. We can help you through every step of the process. Noble’s home office is in Panama City Beach, but we can handle a vandalism insurance claim anywhere in Florida.

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