Dealing with a marijuana insurance claim can be a worst nightmare for landlords. How does this happen? You rent one of your home properties only to find out the person occupying it was using the home to grow marijuana. The cost of damage is enormous, with prices exceeding thousands of dollars.
With the increasing legalization of marijuana in certain states, this issue is becoming more common, where tenants are growing hundreds of plants, sometimes upwards of 700, in your home. If you are a landlord or homeowner of any rental property, you are a potential victim of this vandalization.
To make matters worse, did you know that you are required by law to report this damage going forward? This is one of many reasons why dealing with a marijuana insurance claim is the ultimate headache. With limited information online, it’s incredibly difficult to know what the proper steps are in resolving the issue and making sure your insurance company will fulfill your claim and pay for the damages.
A public adjuster can help you navigate the process of what to do when marijuana is grown illegally in your rental property and make sure to get your claims filled.