About Public Claims Adjusting
Grab Your Best Possible Settlement Claim Exactly When You Need It
Have you suffered from sudden property damage due to an accident or a natural disaster?
Is your insurance company delaying settling your claim?
Have you called your insurance agent numerous times only to get ignored?
Then it’s time to bring in some cavalry to get what you are owed. You need someone who knows the nook and croons of insurance laws. Insurance companies have professional employees and are loaded with the art of negotiation. But who should you hire? Hiring an attorney may seem like breaking a butterfly upon a wheel. Why not consider hiring a public or private insurance adjuster?
Handling a Claim on Your Own Is Like Going to Court Without Your Own Attorney
Public claims adjuster knows how to review and work with Insurance Policies. They have state-issued licensed to practice insurance negotiation.
Public claims adjusters are experts at properly estimating costs for repairing the damage. They may find out a factor that you haven’t considered ever before. Thus, you’ll be able to claim a higher settlement than you thought before.
Public claims adjusters work the entire complex claims adjusting process for you and only you. Thus, while you focus on your recovery from the disastrous condition, the public adjuster in Florida will give you the best possible settlement offer you are entitled to receive.
Public claims adjusters negotiate a fair settlement directly with the insurance company. Forget about the researching hours that you may need to know and understand insurance law and unusually specific wordings that decline your claim.
Public claims adjusters expedite the process so you can get your claim paid quickly. No getting rejected or ignored by the insurance agent—no spinning around the law loopholes. Call your property claims adjuster, get a general understanding and sit tight to see the results.
How Is a Public Adjuster Different From My Insurance Company Adjuster?
There are three types of adjusters licensed by the State of Florida:
Insurance Company Adjuster - is employed by an insurance company to represent the insurance company in dealing with your insurance claim. The insurance company adjuster’s primary responsibility is to protect the interests of the insurance company.
Independent Adjuster - is hired by insurance companies to represent them in dealing with you, your loss, and damages. The independent insurance adjuster’s main responsibility is to protect the interests of the insurance company.
Public Adjuster - is licensed and appointed by the State of Florida to protect the rights of policyholders and facilitate a fair settlement between a claimant and their insurance company.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. What is the difference between insurance company adjuster and public adjuster?
Ans: An insurance adjuster is a person who works for an insurance company. The insurance adjuster could not be able to correctly assess the harm and loss to your property as a result of this. A public adjuster, like an insurance adjuster, closely reviews the policy and calculates the full extent of property loss.
Don't take our word for it...read about how satisfied our customers are!
“Curtis Parry and the staff at Ask An Adjuster worked tirelessly to help us fight for what we were owed for damages from Hurricane Matthew. I will continue to recommend their services to all my friends, family and clients.”
“After you performed a free roof inspection, you agreed to represent the association on a contingency basis, there would be no cost to the association if you were not successful and this was an easy decision for us. In less than 60 days, your expert team of engineers, negotiators and insurance experts, assisted us in our insurance company awarding us an additional $500,000 cash!"
Waterside Village Condominium Association
“Thank you for a job well done. We tried to handle the claim ourselves, but without Ask An Adjuster, we would not have been able to restore the value to our property.”
Continental Group Incorporated
on behalf of Sunpointe Springs Condominium
Why choose Ask An Adjuster Claims Adjusting?
Our state of the art Thermal Imaging Inspection helps find hidden damage you didn’t know was there.
Regardless if you have submitted a claim or not, we can review your property or current claim.
TYPES OF CLAIMS
We specialize in all types of property claims including storm, water, fire, lightning, tornado, sinkhole, appliance leaks, plumbing damage and more..
NO RECOVERY > NO FEE.
If we aren’t successful, our inspections, estimates, submissions, and communications cost you nothing.
Our adjusters work hard to restore our communities for its business owners and residents.
Our Ask An Adjuster team consists of professionals from all backgrounds, working together to assist you.
Not satisfied with your settlement? Want a second opinion?
Fill out the form to the right and one of our qualified professionals will get back with you to set up an appointment. Our inspection is free and you don't pay unless we are successful with a recovery!
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