If you have never filed an insurance claim, then you might be wondering what is a public adjuster, and the type of service that they can do for you. We are sure that you have a bunch of questions. With that thought in mind, take a look at the following FAQ:
Q: What is a public adjuster?
A: A public adjuster is a professional that specializes in handling insurance claims for their clients. Public adjusters are licensed individuals, meaning you can put your trust in them with your claim. Q: When can I hire a public adjuster?
A: You can hire a public adjuster service at any point in the process of filing a claim. Of course, it makes sense to hire one as soon as possible. This allows us to gather any evidence of damage while it’s still fresh, and the time taken to receive insurance money will be shorter. Q: Do I really need a public adjuster?
A: You will always need a public adjuster the insurance company is there to watch their pockets we are there to help yours, or the insurance company is not cooperating. Hiring a public adjuster also saves time, which is particularly helpful if you have a busy lifestyle. The scale of the claim should also determine if a public adjuster is worth using. As a rule of thumb – if a claim is larger than $10,000 then hiring a public adjuster is a good idea. Q: What is the fee?
A: There is no upfront cost to you. Instead when a settlement is reached with the insurance company a percentage of that total will be kept by us. Therefore, there is little risk to you because of the no-win no-fee approach. The fee will can vary based on the facts and size of your claim. Q: How can I trust you with my claim?
A: If you have never dealt with us, then caution is understandable. However, our long list of satisfied clients should be reason enough to give us a try. Our reputation in this industry is second to none.Q: What type of claims do you handle?
A: We handle a wide variety of claims that might be covered by your homeowner’s insurance policy. If your home or personal property within has been damaged, then get in touch with us.