How Much Will I Pay for a Public Adjuster?
Updated: Jan 9, 2020
If you’ve suffered any kind of damage to your home, you’re going to need to file an insurance claim. If you’re lucky, your claim will be paid without question. For smaller claims, the insurance may just decide to pay it rather than fight it. But if you’ve suffered several thousands of dollars in damage, they may deny your claim.If this happens, you need to contact a Florida public adjuster.
An adjuster can come out and take a look at your home. They’ll make sure all of your losses are included in your claim. They’ll also reach out to the insurance company and try to negotiate payment of your claim. It’s in their best interest to get you as much money as possible.
FLORIDA PUBLIC ADJUSTERS WORK FOR A PERCENTAGE OF YOUR CLAIM
If you hire Florida public adjusters, they’re going to work hard to get your claim paid. Since your claim has already been denied, anything you get is a benefit. Most insurance companies don’t take homeowners seriously. However, they will take your Florida public adjuster seriously.
Your adjuster has worked for years developing relationships with people in the insurance industry. They have cultivated working relationships with the insurance agents and the adjusters. They’ll be able to get them to review your claim and take a second look.
If your adjuster is able to get your claim paid, they will get a percentage of your claim. For example, if your original claim for $5,000 was denied, you’ll get nothing. The Florida public adjuster will come out and check to see if anything else needs to be included in your claim.
Let’s say they get a claim for $10,000 approved and paid. You’ll pay them a percentage of this $10,000. Since you weren’t going to get anything, any amount the public adjuster in Florida gets you is a bonus. So, the fact that they take a small percentage of your claim is the least of your worries.
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.