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Question DetailsAsked on 9/19/2014

How do I find out a roofing contractor's insurance carrier to file a claim?

Have had a terrible experience with a roofing contractor listed on AG .... we no longer wish to deal with this company directly...historical failure on their part to honor contractual obligations....and now, as a result of the improper installation of flashing around the chimney, our finished basement has been flooding. This source of water was inspected and determined by a licensed expert in water damage restoration, We wish to file a claim against the roofing contractor with their insurance carrier....AG says this contractor is bonded and insured. How do we find the contact information so we can file a claim?

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It is somewhat of a gray area whether the bonding or insurance would cover this, or possibly each part. However, it is likely you are going to need an attorney to pursue this, as the contractor is almost certain to object to the claim, especially if you have not given him a chance to make it good first.


You should have a copy of the insurance and bonding certificates from before work began, right ?


The state contractor licensing board, and also county/city building department or licensing department if they require that, should have copies of the certificates.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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