When it comes to insurance claims regarding property claims, one of your first calls should be to a public adjuster. At the most basic level, a public adjuster represents you, the policyholder, and provides the said policyholder with thorough documentation outlining and describing the claim at hand with highly detailed notes. These notes will often include time, place, environment, visible damage, non-visible damage, and other aspects involving your claim.
One of the most important factors behind using public adjusters is the fact that they will do the work for the policyholder. When hiring a public adjuster, you are no longer the one handling the paperwork, communicating with the insurance company, and battling for the proper settlement.
Property claims can arise from a variety of natural disasters, accidents, and other incidents resulting in property damage. Examples of natural disasters can be the following:
When it comes to more human-related incidents in the realm of property damage, some of the most commonly seen are often referred to as accidents and can be the following:
-Car Into Building
-Heavy Equipment Into Building
–Debris Thrown Into Building
-Intentional Water Damage
-Unintentional Water Damage
Public Adjusters serve their clients with professionalism and the ability to accurately identify the root cause of particular claims and issues as well as identify other information which benefits the client in their pursuit of a fair and accurate settlement from the insurance company.
Insurance companies will without question require that you document the damage to your property, synthesize your findings, present them to the insurance company, and determine the settlement through back-and-forth debate. Why risk the integrity of your home and greatest asset when one can simply hire a public adjuster with decades of experience to do what they do best. Leave it to the professionals.
Public Adjusters understand how to estimate the damage. They understand current costs. They understand current labor rates and the amount of time a particular project may require. They understand current and future business revenue lost due to property damage. They understand how insurance companies work. And finally, they know to get a fair and proper settlement.
If you have any questions about hiring a Public Adjuster, please do not hesitate to reach out to Boston Demolition and Removal. We are happy to put you in touch with reputable and accomplished public adjusters in order to get the most out of your property claim.