Hurricane Matthew has finally disapated and, assuming your family is safe to re-enter your property, the process of cleaning up the damage has begun. If you're among the one million plus population that moved to Florida within the last 10 years and never experienced a hurricane, you may be lost on how to move forward with the process of filing an insurance claim after Hurricane Matthew.Read More >
When your home is seriously damaged, it's difficult to navigate the claim process alone. Insurance claims adjusters don't tell you everything you need to know. They push you to settle quickly. When they should be making certain you have the funds to properly restore your home, an insurance adjuster often focuses on keeping the claim payout low. These small complications can become big disputes. Hiring a public adjuster is a prudent way keep the claim disputes process flowing smoothly before it spins out of control.Read More >
As with most self-sufficient adults, you might not consider hiring a public adjuster to manage your property damage claim. You might not even know what a public adjuster does. But when you are trying to recover from a catastrophic loss, it’s a good time to find out. PAs handle complex claim and coverage details. They work hard to maximize your settlement. Most importantly, a PA works for you to make your life easier.Read More >
Is your insurance company really looking out for your best interest? What are your options after suffering a loss and filing an insurance claim? Do you understand your insurance policy? Check out this video where FOX 11 Investigates insurance companies in Wisconsin and why paying good money to insure your property doesn’t mean they will have you back. FOX 11 also highlights why hiring a Public Adjuster may give you the representation you need to ensure you are getting the most out of your insurance claim.Read More >
If you’ve suffered a property loss to your home, it has undoubtedly caused you substantial stress and grief. Dealing with your insurance company should not compound your worries but, unfortunately, all too often a claim is mishandled and as the insured, you can be left feeling your insurer is not living up to its policy’s promises or is in bad faith. In that case, it may be time to consider hiring a public adjuster to assist you with your claim. When you seek the help of a public adjuster, there are three main points to keep in mind:Read More >
With the spate of disasters now plaguing our country and, indeed, the world, it's important for homeowners to have sufficient, quality homeowner's insurance in force. It's also important to understand how it works, what benefits it provides and how to claim your fair share if and when a claim is made. Even with all these bases covered, seeking an insurance claim settlement for a property loss you've suffered is no simple exercise, especially when tackled on your own without the assistance of a public adjuster.Read More >
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When your home is damaged due to a fire or other insured peril, you have a lot of tasks to accomplish to get your home back to normal. You must restore or replace your personal property, find a contractor to repair your home and work with the insurance company adjuster to settle your claim and resolve any coverage issues. A public adjuster helps you through the claim process, but is that your best option?
When a catastrophe damages your home or business, your insurance claim settlement becomes the miraculous solution to getting your life back to normal. You need the insurance money to repair your property. You need it to replace your furnishings and pay your extra expenses. You want your settlement check as quickly as possible because you feel like everything is on hold until your claim is resolved and the damage is repaired.Read More >
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What's the role of a public adjuster I’m Jill Horner and this is Comcast Newsmakers with me this hour is Gene you know he is president at the American Association of public insurance adjusters. Thanks for being with us thank you Jill thank you for having it's the first of all let's define what you do as an organization, what a public adjuster actually does and the role that they serve for both homeowners and business owners.