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WELCOME

This website is provided for Insurance Adjusters and all home owners needing guidance after suffering home damage from a natural disaster, faulty equipment, plumbing,  or weather.

CONTACT

PHONE: 407-426-9995
EMAIL: assignments@leakdoctor.com

Leak Doctor
Insurance Resources

Leak Doctor
Insurance Resources

This website is provided for Insurance Adjusters and all home owners needing guidance after suffering home damage from a natural disaster, faulty equipment, plumbing,  or weather.

CONTACT

PHONE: 407-426-9995
EMAIL: assignments@leakdoctor.com

WHO WE ARE

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As a trusted leader in the industry, the Leak Doctor helps insurance professionals by performing water damage inspections, finding the source of a leak, and making repairs.

Since 1993 our accurate, non-invasive detection of hidden water leaks has minimized tear outs. We provide insurance adjusters with repair options geared towards decreasing restoration costs.

The Leak Doctor has you covered with all the resources you need throughout Florida and Georgia.

WHY CHOOSE LEAK DOCTOR

To better serve the insurance industry, our continuous research, development, and training allows us to streamline our non-invasive leak detection to focus on minimal property damage.

Get started by filling out our ‘assignment form’. We guarantee accurate location of the source of the water leak, detailed report of our findings, before and after photos, and videos, to allow for minimal tear outs and put back costs.

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LEAK DOCTOR METHODS

FIND IT: The source of a leak can hide behind or beneath a floor, lurk in a wall, or seep under a cement slab, but no matter how concealed it is, our trained technicians can locate it and minimize restoration expenses.

FIX IT: We help find the source of damp or wet spots in walls, ceklings, and other areas of the home/building structure. Then we take measures to stop the leak quickly and permanently.

REPORT IT: The Leak Doctor reports are electronically created and available online for insurance professionals within 24 hours or same day as the service call.

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REDUCE WATER DAMAGE CLAIM PAYOUTS

The Leak Doctor is dedicated to providing educational materials on new conservation technologies and ‘green solutions’ to water usage. Our professionals have compiled a valuable eBook resource for insurance professionals reduce payout and improve customer relationships. Learn how insurance companies are reducing water damage claims while improving customer satisfaction with our free eBook: ‘How To Reduce Water Damage Claim Payouts’.

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INDUSTRY NEWS

News feeds from the Insurance Community.

LEAK DOCTOR BLOG

NEWS: National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC)

  • Sally Still a Threat to Florida Panhandle and Alabama
    CBS News (09/17/20)Hurricane Sally, now a tropical depression, has swollen rivers and dropped torrential rains over the Florida Panhandle, south Alabama, and soon southern Georgia as it picks up speed. More than a foot of rain is expected to fall and spread the threat of flooding from Florida to Georgia and the Carolinas. At least […]
  • 'Catastrophic and Life-Threatening:' Rescue Missions Underway as Hurricane Sally Floods Gulf Coast
    Florida Politics (09/16/20) Delgado, JasonAs Hurricane Sally continues to make its way up the Gulf Coast and beyond, state and local authorities in Florida are engaged in rescue missions to save people from high water. Florida CFO and State Fire Marshal Jimmy Patronis deployed Marion County-based search and rescue teams to assist the Florida National […]
  • Rules Proposed by State Insurance Commissioner Offer Discount for Reducing Wildfire Risks
    Los Angeles Times (09/16/20) Serna, JosephThe California Department of Insurance will host an investigatory hearing on Oct. 19. California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara's office said it would push for insurers to seek rate increases more reflective of the risks actuaries identify, which could be higher than 7%. But it would also require insurers to provide […]