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Is Working with Public Adjusters a Good Idea?

Updated: Jan 9, 2020

Insurance companies may not always work in your favor, but public adjusters do.



While it might seem like insurance exists to protect the policyholders’ assets (which is true), insurance companies also want to minimize their risks and potential claim payouts.


A public adjuster will negotiate policy on behalf of you and your company, bring in their own inspectors and contractors, and otherwise help you maximize the value of a claim and get on with your life and business.


Their expertise in the complexity of insurance claims and attention to detail can make all the difference in the payout for a property owner.


And the difference in getting your business or life back up and running.


And if you’ve had to call on one after a major disaster or experiencing significant property damage, you’ll understand why it may be necessary to hire a public adjuster.

And public adjusters don’t work alone.


Public adjusters tend to have or develop contacts in the various construction fields and similar industries, so they can help their clients find professionals with the expertise they need.


They also have a network of inspectors who focus on different specialized issues that they can call on depending on what happened to your property.


This means that you won’t have to source contractors and other experts yourself – saving you a great deal of time and stress.


When you work with a public adjuster, you get an expert – along with their team of experienced professionals – who makes it their personal business to ensure that you get the maximum settlement that you deserve.


If your home or your business has suffered a loss, please call  our experts at (305) 956-3666 or visit www.piccfla.com for a FREE claim analysis with PICC.

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