Q: What is a Public Insurance Adjuster?
A: A Public Insurance Adjuster is a licensed professional claims adjuster, who represents the policyholder, at the time of loss. Unlike staff adjusters or independent adjusters who are paid to represent the insurance carrier, the Public Adjuster is loyal, responsive and dedicated to serving only you, the policyholder.
Q: Can I prepare my own claim?
A: Sure, but it stands to reason that an accredited public insurance adjuster who has the experience and training can do so with more confidence than the policyholder.
Q: Will a public adjuster help me receive a more prompt and satisfactory settlement?
A: Yes. They lose no time in complying with the policy requirements to obtain and evaluate the facts and prepare the claim. The alert, knowledgeable and prompt service they render often preserves evidence that may otherwise be overlooked or destroyed.