Getting a quick start on your insurance claim avoids costly delays in the restoration and claim process. Most importantly, each state has a statute of limitations on claims, meaning that a claim must be completed within a specific time frame for the homeowner or business owner to receive compensation on depreciation. This can be a significant amount of money, depending on the age and original condition of your property. The sooner we get involved in your claim, the higher the likelihood that you will be able to recover all the monies you’re entitled to within that time frame.Read More
After a natural disaster strikes, insurance companies often change their coverage on policies. What was once covered may be no longer. It behooves you to review your policies with your insurance agent to make sure you have adequate coverage. And, policy changes made within 30 days of a natural disaster will often not be covered.Read More
You started as an adjuster for an insurance company and then you moved on to work for a remediation organization. What made you decide to jump to the public adjusting side of the business?
Part of the reason why being a Public Adjuster made sense to me is because I’ve always had a deep belief in service and a commitment to try to help people to the best of my ability. I noticed a growing industry-wide trend of insurance companies trying to “desk adjust” claims, meaning that office adjusters were making decisions about what their field adjusters could and could not authorize without ever having seen the properties in question, leaving the field adjuster unable to fully help the homeowners and business owners recover from their losses.Read More