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How much more money can I receive if I use a Public Adjuster?

It is difficult to give an actual percentage figure or average dollar value, a significant amount of money is often left on the table by uneducated policyholders every year. A Public Adjuster may overturn a denied claim, changing the entire course of the claim, and entitling the policy holder to the money they deserve.

What does a Public Adjuster do?

A public adjuster acts as an advocate for the commercial and residential policyholders. A Public Adjuster is to relieve the burden of the property claims process on the policy holder. There are many things to ensure this is being completed, some of those are:

  • Documenting Damages
  • Photograph Evidence
  • Evaluating Coverage
  • Estimating and presenting damages
  • Handling all correspondence with the carrier
  • Ensure the policyholder duties are fulfilled in order to protect covered losses

There are no up-front costs and the Public Adjuster is only paid if they recover money on behalf of the policyholder. A Public Adjuster is able to maximize the settlement by reviewing coverages and damages that often get overlooked by insurance companies.

Who needs a Public Adjuster?

From business owners to home owners anyone can benefit by calling a Public Adjuster. An individual or firm who advises and assists the policyholder throughout the property claim is the job of a Public Adjuster. A full-service Public Adjuster will advise you of your rights and coverages even when you may not have a covered loss. What makes Pfister Adjusting Public Adjusting different from that interpretation is that our team will advise on your duties under your policy, document the damages, the available coverages, evaluate the entirety of the situation, and then if applicable- estimate and present your loss to your carrier. One of the many roles of a Public Adjuster is to relieve the burden of the policy claim until you get your money.

Why did my insurance company advise me not to get a Public Adjuster?

You have the right to professional representation under the insurance laws of your state and the provisions within your policy. Never let your insurance company pressure you into a decision without consulting a reputable professional. Make sure a public adjuster creates an estimate for your damages. Every claim is different, therefore, the dollar values are different for every client’s claim.

Why should I use Pfister Adjusting Public Adjusters?

Pfister Adjusting Public Adjusters is a full service Public Adjuster firm which has been in business for over 11 years. In the past 11 years we have seen all types of claims and adjusters. Our number one goal is your indemnity. Please visit our “Testimonials” page to see how much we collected for our clients! We are highly qualified to protect your interest no matter what your loss. From loss caused by lightning, fire, water, tornado, hurricane, wind, frozen pipes or an appliance break, we work to get what is best for you.

There are no up-front costs and the Public Adjuster is only paid if they recover money on behalf of the policyholder. A Public Adjuster is able to maximize the settlement by reviewing coverages and damages that often get overlooked by insurance companies.

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