What is a Public Adjuster?
Public adjusters are the only category of insurance adjuster who works exclusively for you, the policyholder.
What will a Public Adjuster do for you?
After a loss, we assist witht the adjustment of your insurance claim, which is the foundation for your successful financial recovery.
What happens now?
We support you through the entire claim process to achieve the best possible
insurance recovery for you.
Can't I do this myself?
Sometimes you can. Our professionals will tell you up front if we can't make a difference in your claim
What disasters does a Public Adjuster handle?
We can help you recover from any disasters covered under your property insurance policy and its endorsements.
How is a Public Adjuster compensated?
Service fees for public adjusters vary by state, but usually represent a small percentage of the settled claim.
What Types of Claims Can a Public Adjuster Help With?
• Air Conditioning Leaks
• Broken Pipes
• Dishwasher leaks
• Fire Damage
• Water Heater Leaks
• Roof Leaks
• Hail Damage
• Wind Damage
• Water Damage
• And many more issues covered by your policy
Have you suffered a catastrophe to your home?
For many homeowners, it is stressful enough to go through the ordeal and experience of having damage occur to their home. Then they face dealing with the preparation of a property damage claim without the assistance of their own insurance loss adjuster. A Public Adjuster can take those major headaches away and let you get back to your home or business. Public adjusters are retained by the homeowner and work on the homeowners behalf by guiding them through the unfamiliar territory of the insurance claim process. Public Adjusters assist in managing details of the claim, working closely with the insured to provide the most accurate and prompt settlement possible. Most policyholders do not know that the burden of proof is theirs. A Public Adjuster inspects the loss site, analyzes the damages, assembles claim support data, reviews the insured's coverage, determines current replacement costs and exclusively serves the client, not the insurance company.
Many policyholders just like you have asked the same questions: How do I estimate my loss? Will I recover enough to rebuild? Can I do this myself, without a public insurance adjuster? This uncertainty is easily removed through the professional assistance of our public adjusters.
$120,962.55 (SEWER BACK-UP)
$ 31,442.34 (ROOF & INTERIOR DAMAGE)
$ 27,266.16 (ROOF & INTERIOR DAMAGE)
$ 14,507.27 (ROOF & INTERIOR DAMAGE)
$ 17,256.56 (ROOF DAMAGE)
$ 32,965.00 (ROOF & INTERIOR DAMAGE)
$ 63,191.52 (ROOF & INTERIOR DAMAGE)
$ 38,072.78 (ROOF & INTERIOR DAMAGE)
$ 63,958.34 (ROOF DAMAGE)
$ 43,081.08 (PIPE RUPTURE)
$ 30,649.45 ( ROOF & INTERIOR DAMAGE)
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