Most policy holders do not comprehend the complexity of a property damage claim until they have suffered a loss and filed a claim with their insurance company.
The insurance companies utilize staff adjusters, independent adjusters, engineers and other experts who are trained to protect their interests. The insurance companies are for profit organizations that have one goal of minimizing their losses and maximizing their profits. Every single claim that is filed with the insurance company is considered a potential loss for the insurance company; and the insurance company will do everything in its power to minimize this loss. Even if it means that they will pay very minimum or even deny the claim. That is why it is important to have a public adjuster on your side.
Public adjusters have the knowledge and expertise in handling complex property damage claims which benefit the policy holder (you). The public adjusters are using the same industry accepted estimating systems that are utilized by the insurance companies and contractors.
The trained specialists at TIR Public Adjusters LLC can assist the policy holders in properly documenting and presenting their property damage claim to the insurance company. The public adjuster is working on policy holder’s side at no upfront cost. The public insurance adjusters work for a percentage/fee that is based on the amount which they were able to recover for policyholder from the insurance company. Public Adjusters represent the insured/policyholder only.
Who is a Public Insurance Adjuster?
“Public Insurance Adjuster is a person who, for compensation, acts on behalf of or aids in any manner, an insured in negotiating for or effecting the settlement of a claim or claims for loss or damage under any policy of insurance covering real or personal property or any person who advertises, solicits business, or holds himself or herself out to the public as an adjuster of those claims and any person who, for compensation, investigates, for those losses on behalf of any public insurance adjuster.” – California Department of Insurance definition
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