Through a phone consultation, we will answer your questions, address any concerns and corroborate preliminary information we need in order to move forward with the inspection.
Our team of Public Adjusters will give you a free home or commercial inspection to determine damages and state an approximate dollar amount for losses incurred.
We will closely examine your insurance policy in an effort to verify applicable coverage, limitations and exclusions. We also strategize ways to make use of alternate resources so that we maximize your claim.
Our job is to handle the claim and all the paperwork required. We notify your insurance company and file the claim. They send out their representative to review your property damages (in our presence).
Here is when your insurance company makes their settlement offer and the negotiation begins. Our team of Public Adjusters are highly equipped to use all the resources available to get you the highest possible coverage.
This is the final and most rewarding step of the process and the one we ensure to our clients. We will strive to maximize your payout. In case your claim is denied, we can always re-open it after a certain time.
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Many of the process still remains confusing for many of you. We have gathered the most frequently asked questions in order to clarify all your doubts.
No! Your insurance policy will remain the same if you hire a P.A.
Yes! The common reasons why your insurance policy could cancel your policy are: non payment of policy, too many claims during a short period of time, home in disrepair or requiring some sort of maintenance, criminal record or moral hazard and a material change in risk.
A Public Adjuster is a professional who advocates for the rights and interests of the insured, determining property damages and managing insurance claims. Their optimal goal is to negotiate with the insurance provider and maximize the highest possible payout to cover for damages.
This decision is not final. There is always the possibility to appeal. There are cases where the property owner provides more information with the help of Public Adjusters and their insurance company ends up paying more than the amount initially offered for coverage.