Met Eireann has placed the entire country on a status Red Alert for wins, as Hurricane Ophelia is set to hit our coastline at 6am on Monday morning the 16th of October.

Schools will remain closed on both sides of the border and many public services have been canceled including all non-essential hospital procedures. Insurance companies are warning that homeowners should take extra precautions in preparation for this weather event. Please ensure that any loose items are removed from gardens, this included all garden furniture and moveable objects. Please also consider parking your car inside a garage or in an area that flying slated cannot hit them. 


It has also been advised that there may be the possibility of flood damage to property due to excessive rainfall and increasing tide levels. 

How do I make a claim for Storm or Flood Damage?

Storm damage at your home can be extremely inconvenient in all sorts of ways.

As soon as the safety aspects are dealt with, the most important thing is to try and return your life to normal at the earliest possible opportunity.

This is where we come in. If you have suffered domestic storm damage, the very best advice we can give you is to contact us as soon as possible - whether or not you have already made your claim. We have helped many people in circumstances similar to yours and know exactly how you feel and the problems you are facing. We will support you every step of the way and will do our very best to ensure that you do not lose out financially or otherwise.

We are available as always on 0876487466 or 0429376872 (Office Hours).

We assess property damage insurance claims on behalf of policyholders of the following insurance companies., 1 Direct, AA, AIB, AIG. Allianz, Axa, AON, Aviva, Bank of Ireland, Benchmark, Chill Insurance, Chubb,  City Net, Cover in a, Direct Line, Eversure, FBD, First Ireland,  No Nonsense, Halifax, Kennco Insurance, Kiddsure. Legal and General, Liberty, Lloyds, MIS Claims, Nationwide, NFU Mutual,, RSA, Tesco, The Co-operative, Travellers Insurance, Ulster Bank, Writeway, Zurich. 





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