Even if you pay your premium on time every month and have a good relationship with your insurance company, you may find insurance disputes hard to resolve when you file a claim. That is why public adjusters are a good investment. Public adjusters work for you to help you resolve insurance disputes. This is how their process works.
Hire a Public Adjuster
If you need to file a claim with your insurance company and think there may be trouble, call a public adjuster to help. If you have already filed a claim and their coverage seems too low, talk to a public adjusters. Public adjusters are here to help you when you would like to dispute a claim. With a public adjuster, such as Benchmark PA:, you can begin the disputing process.
Analyze Your Coverage
Go over your insurance information with your adjuster. They will help you understand what’s covered. If it looks like they denied you coverage when they shouldn’t have, they will work with you to come up with an appeal.
Create a Damage Estimate
Your adjuster will work with you to determine the price of the damage done to your home by weather, natural disaster, or some other cause. This estimate is typically higher, and more accurate, than the insurance company’s estimate.
Negotiate a Settlement
Your adjuster will work with the insurance company to create a new settlement. They will discuss all offers with you and help advise on whether you should take settlements. Your adjuster wants to make sure you get the best possible deal and will work diligently to make sure that happens.
Settle Your Claim
Once a negotiation is reached that you and your adjuster feel comfortable with, your appeals process is over. A public adjuster takes a small percentage of your claim. On average, even with the adjuster’s fee, people earn exponentially more money with an adjuster than without.
If you are going through an insurance dispute, make sure you have an adjuster on your side to guide you through the process.