1.What is a public adjuster?
A public adjuster assists policyholders when negotiating and appraising an insurance claim. A public adjuster legally represents the rights of an insured during the claim process.
2.What do public adjusters do?
A public adjuster manages your claim from beginning to end. They investigate, inspect, appraise, and adjust the insurance claim. The difference between an insurance adjuster and a public adjuster is that a public adjuster works on behalf of the claimant, not the insurance company. The goal is to maximize the amount of compensation you receive when you have a claim. The public adjuster also negotiates with the insurance company on behalf of the claimant.
3.How do public adjusters help policyholders?
Public adjusters work on behalf of policyholders, not insurance companies. The goal is to ensure that when a policyholder has a claim, they receive the maximum compensation and best treatment from their insurance company.
4.What is the role of a public adjuster in the insurance claim process?
You should hire a public adjuster if you want to quickly resolve your claim, maximize your compensation, and ensure that your insurance company treats your claim properly throughout the process. During the days or weeks following a disaster, dealing with an insurance claim may be the last thing you want to do. Public adjusters step in to work with the insurance company on your behalf.
5.How much does a public adjuster cost?
Luparello Public Adjusters are paid on a contingency basis, meaning that our success and payment doesn't come until your claim is paid!