Getting Started with Miller Public Adjusters
What is a Public Adjuster?
There are two types of adjusters. One type of adjuster works for the insurance company and the other works on behalf of the policyholder. A Public Adjuster is an licensed and professional advocate, who works for the policyholder and investigates, documents, negotiates, and expedites the claim to obtain a more satisfactory settlement in the interest of the policyholder. A Public Adjuster can add value and expertise to any type of claim.
Click below to find out the main responsibilities of a experienced and licensed Public Adjuster.
Why hire a Public Adjuster?
If you have suffered an insurance loss from a fire, water damage, or any other disaster, you will be faced with many challenges and difficulties when trying to manage your claim and deal with the insurance company. There are many reason why hiring a licensed and professional Public Adjuster can help and add value to your claim.
Find out why using a licensed Public Adjuster is important in achieving an efficient and maximum claim settlement.
When NOT to Hire a Public Adjuster?
An experienced Public Adjuster is critical in expediting and successfully settling a claim settlement but, not all situations require the use of a Public Adjuster.
Find out some reasons why a Public Adjuster may NOT need to be hired.
What to do After a Claim?
When an unexpected loss occurs, the result can be devastating for your family or business. Regardless who manages your claim, there are critical steps that need to be taken in order to properly handle and successfully settle your claim.
Find out what you should and should not do after a loss, to ensure a smooth and successful claims settlement.