Your Insurance Company Uses Professionals to Protect Their Interests. You Should Too!

Bucks County

We Are Your Bucks County Public Adjuster!

If your property in Bucks County has been damaged or destroyed, we can help you receive the full value for your insurance reimbursement. A public adjuster works for you, not the insurance company. This means that they safeguard your interest in receiving the full value of the insurance policy you paid for.

At Interstate Public Adjusters, we have experience investigating a wide variety of insurance claims, from fire and smoke damage to all-risk incidents. We know how to negotiate with your insurance company so that you receive an accurate assessment and reimbursement for your valuables, home, and property after a claim. As your public adjuster, we work for you and not the insurance company. Insurance companies hire professional adjusters to protect their interests. You should do the same. We can assist you in the negotiation of a wide variety of claims.      

Fire and Smoke Damage Claims


If your property in Bucks County has been damaged by fire, smoke, or any methods used to fight the fire, your may have a valid insurance claim. A large fire can easily devastate your home and your valuable property. When one has occurred, you need the assistance of a trained public adjuster who can correctly assign value to your losses, ensuring that you receive the maximum benefit from your insurance policy.

Even small fires, such as cooking fires, chimney fires, and barbecue fires, can cause damage from smoke or firefighting efforts. Additionally, damage from a fire at a neighbors house or property, or the efforts made to fight the fire, are also covered by insurance. Fire damage issues can be complicated, we can help you receive the full value of your policy.

Water Damage Claims in Bucks County

Water damage can stem from a variety of sources, including:

  • Pipe Leaks
  • Collapsed, Clogged, or Rusted Pipes
  • Frozen Pipes And Burst Pipes
  • Backed-Up of Drains
  • Toilet Overflows
  • Hot Water Heaters Damage
  • Appliance (Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Etc.) Malfunctions
  • Seepage (Water Saturation Through Bricks, Roofs, Bathroom Tiles, Ceilings, Etc.)


Water damage to your home often has lasting effects that must be covered by your insurance plan. Mold prevention and remediation are important problems that affect the value of your home and may not accurately be initially assessed. As public adjusters in Bucks County we ensure that any damage or loss of value to your home or property is covered by your insurance policy.

Storms, Lightning, and Natural Disaster Claims

Damage caused by storms, flooding, lightning, hurricanes, and other natural disasters is often difficult to accurately gauge. A public adjuster can help you receive the full value of any damage from your insurance policy. Damage from natural disasters, accidents, and storms are often the most contentious when it comes to insurance negotiations. Make sure you have a trusted advisor on your side with Interstate Public Adjusters.

Theft and Vandalism Claims

If your home has been burglarized or vandalized, your insurance will likely cover the value of your repairs or lost property. We can help make sure that the valuation is correct and the negotiation with insurance is quick and easy.

A Bucks County Public Adjuster is your Advocate


If you need to file an insurance claim, make sure you also contact Interstate Public Adjusters. Insurance companies hire professional adjusters to protect their interests. A public adjuster is available to protect yours. Contact us today to request an appointment and make sure you are reimbursed for the insurance policy you pay for.

 

About Bucks County, PA

Your travel and entertainment options are nearly limitless during a visit to the 622-square-mile Bucks County, a rural and residential region known as the Greater Philadelphia area’s northern countryside. Established in 1682, the Bucks County name is a nod to Buckinghamshire, an inland county of England that was once home to William Penn. Visitors to Bucks Country can even tour Pennsbury Manor, where William Penn lived during the late 17th-century. The county is also home to 12 covered bridges, nine wineries, and countless small towns with charming main streets. In the town of Lahaska, the 40-acre Peddler’s Village is a recreation of an 18th-century European shopping village. Other Bucks County destinations include the Sesame Place theme park and PARX Casino and Racecourse, known as the state’s top gaming destination.

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