If you want to dispute an insurance payment or dispute an insurance settlement offer we have to assume you feel you were not paid fairly!
- How do you dispute being underpaid on a claim? How do you fight to get paid a fair settlement?
- “What is a Public Adjuster?” Public Adjusters are uniquely qualified to review and evaluate a claim to provide an opinion of if they feel it was paid fairly. So your first step should be to find a qualified and experienced public adjuster to look over your claim file and come to your property to complete an onsite inspection. You have nothing to lose at this point if you have already attempted on your own to seek more money from the insurance company. Public Adjusters take a contingency fee on only the money they are able to collect from the insurance company and will not take a percentage of your deductible or what you have already been paid.
- How do you know which Public Adjuster to hire?
- We advise you to research not only the Public Adjuster but the company they work for! Experience and training are important, but it is also important to read the reviews online about the public adjuster and the public adjusting firm. You can look at their google reviews, yelp reviews, manta reviews, Facebook reviews, and all other sites that allow you to review professional services. Also, if someone says they can settle your claim in 30 days then you are probably interviewing the wrong public adjuster. In order to investigate and fight for every penny owed you need a public adjuster that is willing to be honest and tell you that it may take some time in order to get you the proper settlement. Anyone who claims they will settle the claim that rapidly for you will probably be friends with the insurance companies and just take half of what you deserve to keep both sides happy and so they can just make a quick paycheck. We at Experienced Public Adjusters understand in some claims we have a long and hard fight ahead of us. We are willing to put in the hard work and time in order to make sure you are left with the best possible outcome.
- Is there a time that you should hire an attorney?
- There will be times where a Public Adjuster will either review the file or reach an impasse and then advise you that your only other recourse is to consult with a 1st party property attorney. An Attorney has more leverage in certain circumstances. When they are handed a file from the insured prepared by a Public Adjuster who has already done all the investigative work, supporting experts have already provided reports, and the appraised or estimated value of the loss is complete, then the attorney has the ability to help reach a successful outcome through litigation and the court system.
It is free to call Experienced Public Adjusters for a review of your claim and to inspect your property damage. We are just a call away and we have offices now opening throughout the United States. We were founded in Orlando, Florida, and if you are a Florida resident we have offices in most areas in the State of Florida!