Information is the key to success when working with a Public Adjuster. Before you call, make sure you have the following documents available — this will make it much easier for them to do their job and ultimately help you.
Your Current Insurance Information
The most important thing to provide is a copy of the relevant insurance policy. It is critical that you provide the entire policy to the Public Adjuster — this means every page, every footnote, and any content that could in any way be considered relevant to the policy.
Your Public Adjuster will use these documents as they try to get you the largest settlement possible, but they need to know the exact terms and conditions that are covering you before they can effectively negotiate on your behalf. They should have the information in-hand before they even start to examine the damage to your property.
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A Public Adjuster is a licensed professional who can assist you in evaluating damage to property, gathering supporting information, and negotiating with an insurance company on your behalf after a major disaster.
The Process Of Public Adjustment
While insurance coverage exists to protect homeowners and reimburse them after a disaster, many contracts include clauses and provisions that can make it difficult for you to obtain benefits. A Public Adjuster will begin their efforts to help you with an examination of your property and the damage sustained. During this process, they will gather supporting evidence of the damage to act as proof of the claims – this information is often necessary to get the full value of your insurance benefits, so it’s important to obtain it as early as possible.
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