Water losses? Wind losses? Fire losses? Storm losses? Frozen pipes? We can help your business become more productive and profitable. If you are a contractor or a plumber, please contact us so we can explain in person how we can help you and your customers.
Until you contact us here is a brief description of how we can help you.
We realize working with Insurance claims are much different than repairs from a paying customer.
It is not a Contractor’s job to negotiate a claim or meet with an insurance Adjuster for the correct payment of the request. We do that.
Imagine a lower stress level and heightened productivity when you the Contractor can focus on the repairs of the project. Working with us allows the contractor to focus on the job at hand truly.
Here is how it works. A contractor accepts a job. You find out this job is an insurance claim and will ultimately paid by an insurance company.
Your first thought, if you have insurance claim experience is “Oh Boy, here we go I will have to wait to be paid and is there enough money in it for me to even take the job?”
Pfister Adjusting, Inc. public adjusters will lighten the burden of your company’s time and workforce. Allowing you to get the job finished quicker and usually include more billable line items. Delivering an overall better, more profitable experience working with insurance claims.
Usually, the Contractor deals with the adjuster, ask questions about the repairs maybe questions the pricing here and there but overall is unhappy. Unhappy for the extra time wasted dealing with the insurance carrier. And miserably waiting for the money or the total amount the project paid.
With Pfister Adjusting, Inc. the Contractor explains to the homeowner that dealing with an insurance adjuster is not their job and the homeowner needs to talk to Pfister Adjusting, Inc. public adjusters.
When the homeowner calls us, we then are allowed to act on behalf of the homeowner. We can negotiate the best settlement the homeowner is entitled to for the policy they hold.
We will meet with the adjuster, complete a full estimate using the same software insurance carries use. We then negotiate the best settlement for each circumstance the homeowner may face.
The homeowner ends up with a better settlement and a check so they can get more work finished, generating larger billable invoices for your company.
This system allows you the contractor to get back to the project and repairs that you get paid to do. Not holding meeting after meeting with adjusters which of course you do not get paid for. However, you feel obligated to do for your client
contact us for more information on earning more profits for the work you already do, making your business more profitable! You deserve it!
Please contact us for your private invitation to learn more.
“If you are acting as a public adjuster in any manner by negotiation or effecting the settlement of an insurance claim on behalf of an insured and you are performing any of these services for money, commission or anything of value without being licensed as a public adjuster. you could be subject to arrest and may be charged with a third-degree felony as provided by section 626.8738, F.S”
– The Florida Department of Financial Services
"As I hired Pfister Adjusting, Inc. I would not have believed the future results. He filed the claim for me, and did all the work. Several contractors told me it wouldn't be covered.
We highly recommend Pfister Adjusting, Inc. After hurricane Irma, we tried to work with our insurance company for our claim. Dealing with our insurance company was very stressful and we were making no progress with them.
"Brian isn’t satisfied when the client is, he has his own set of values which are quite high, and he doesn’t stop fighting until those values are met to his satisfaction."
“My house burned down. The insurance company had already estimated the damage and paid us $87K. After we hired Brian, we were presented a check in the amount of $141K additional.”
“We had a water loss. The insurance company denied this claim. Brian helped us reversed that decision and fought for $105K.”