When should I hire a Public Adjuster?
Minor damage does not normally require a Public Adjuster. But for significant insurance claims, such as roof damage, flooding, or fire, or when you feel the insurance company isn't playing fair, it's wise to bring on a Public Adjuster.
What are the benefits of hiring a Public Adjuster?
Imagine having a savvy friend in the insurance world, someone on your side to help maximize your claim to cover all damages rather than be shorted by your insurance company. That's a Public Adjuster. They're licensed professionals who advocate for the policyholder in appraising and negotiating a claimant's insurance claim.
How much can I expect to pay a Public Adjuster?
Most Public Adjusters work on a contingency fee basis. Typically, they charge a percentage of the settlement, often ranging from 5% to 20%. That means they only get paid if you do. Rates can vary, so always clarify upfront.
Will my insurance rates go up if I hire a Public Adjuster?
Hiring a Public Adjuster won't affect your rates. However, depending on your policy making a claim might affect your rates.
Can I hire a Public Adjuster after I've settled with my insurance?
Yes, especially if you feel you've been shortchanged. Negotiations can be reopened.
What qualifications should I look for in a good Public Adjuster?
Experience, references, good communication skills, and a fair fee structure. All of which Tiger Adjusters representatives offer.
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