In our definition, a Public Insurance Adjuster is a licensed insurance adjuster that works only on behalf of the insured to make sure the policyholder gets fair representation throughout an insurance claim, the insurance company sends out their adjuster (he or she does NOT work for you, they work for and get paid by the insurance company). The Public Adjuster has a fiduciary responsibility to his client(s) and works diligently to get the insured the best claims resolution by documenting, investigating, negotiating, adjusting, providing advice to the insured and settling the claim.
My Insurance Company Is Good, They Would Never Mislead Me... Would They?
Insurance companies are FOR-PROFIT businesses and are in business to make money. The field adjusters they often send to your property do not have the experience or authority to pay your claim. So, they might not directly mislead you but they are just doing what the company has told them to do and sometimes that means not paying legitimate claims and protecting their company's bottom line.
When Should I Hire A Public Adjuster?
As soon as possible. We often get involved after a contractor has said or done the wrong thing with the carrier's adjuster. This can start to sink your ship (kill your claim). It's possible to save a sinking ship but we'd rather guide the ship through the icebergs knowing the proper moves to make to get through the choppy waters and get you the best resolution. Also, please be aware when contractors step over the line and adjust claims, this is illegal and can throw up red-flags on your claim.
How Do Public Adjusters Get Paid?
We are paid on contingency fee which means we get paid when you're compensated for your loss. As Public Adjusters we do not collect any upfront fees. You have nothing to lose and up to 747% more to gain on average.
How Do I Hire You As My Public Adjuster?
You can call the number above or use the contact form on the Contact Us page. We look forward to working with you. We like to have fun so prepare yourself because we make this boring topic as fun and productive as it can be!