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If your home has suffered fire damage it can prove to be an incredibly trying experience. Fire damage is one of the most costly, unfortunate, and often unexpected forms of damage that a homeowner can experience. Ensuring the safety of yourself and your family when a fire does occur is of course the first priority, but what to do after the fire has happened can prove to be daunting. Dealing with the after-effects of a fire is never easy, and you need to take the right steps to make certain that recovery goes as smoothly as possible.
Once a fire has occurred, the very first step you need to take is to make certain that you contact your insurance provider. No one is going to call your insurance provider for you, and you cannot afford to sit around and wait, you need to act immediately after a fire has occurred to get the benefit that your insurance should provide. Be patient, these processes can take time, and your insurance agency will no doubt try and help as swiftly as they can, but the process will involve many steps. This is the reason that you want to get moving on any insurance claims as soon as the fire has occurred, since acting sooner often means a swifter resolution. You will also want to get a copy of the fire report from the local fire department. This is information that you should have on hand after the process has begun, and is invaluable both to yourself and your insurance agency.