If you are dealing with property damage and intend to file a claim with your insurance, you need to know what the value of your claim is.
Do you know if your insurance provider will offer a suitable settlement, or will the company focus on minimizing their losses by denying your claim or offering a low settlement?
What do you do if your claim is not approved or you are underpaid? Are you aware of the proper steps for re-opening an underpaid claim or appealing a denied claim?
Statistics suggest that thousands of insurance holders have their claims denied or underpaid every year. This happens simply because insurance holders do not have the proper knowledge for representing their claims. Additionally, they assume their insurance provider will be fair in paying out.
Keep in mind that the adjuster that your insurance company sends is working in the best interest of the insurance company. He or she has vested interest in minimizing the payment you receive for your claim.
You should consider using the services of a public adjuster to assist you in filing and managing your insurance claim. This will ensure your insurance company gives you fair treatment, that you get the maximum possible settlement and that you are paid in a timely manner.