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Hurricane IAN Affects Millions – We at PICC Public Adjusters in Florida are Here to Help

Updated: Oct 24, 2022

Hurricane IAN was a Category 4 storm that hit Florida on October 2022 and caused some serious damage throughout the area (In areas such as Fort Myers, Naples, etc.). At PICC, Public Adjusters in Florida, we know how hard it can be to deal with insurance companies after something like this happens, so we’re here to help you get what you deserve from them. We understand that they can be difficult to work with and very bureaucratic, but we have decades of experience dealing with them and will make sure your case gets resolved quickly and fairly.

What we do for you?

Our Public Adjusters are here for you. When it comes time to make a property damage claim or a flood damage claim, we will be there for you every step of the way. We will work tirelessly on your behalf until everything is settled and done, and help you get back up on your feet as quickly as possible.

We are here for you now, and we will be here when it comes time for your property damage claim or flood damage claim. Don’t worry about anything except getting back up on your feet quickly. We have an entire team of professionals standing by to help you.

How long will it take?

The insurance claim process for Hurricane IAN is different depending on the type of damage you experienced. Our team at PICC, Public Adjusters in Florida, will work with your insurance company and advocate for your best interest throughout the entire process.

It's important to know that while there are no set timeframes, it typically takes between 30-90 days before an initial offer is made.

The first step when filing a claim is documenting the property damage by taking pictures or gathering any relevant receipts that show how much was paid out-of-pocket. Make sure to contact your insurance company as soon as possible, so they can begin working on your claim and providing updates.

After documenting your property damage and contacting your insurance company, we'll evaluate your claim. It's important that you never sign any settlement agreement without having a certified public adjuster review it first.

Hurricane IAN is one of many hurricanes and tropical storms that have hit major cities, such as Miami and Tampa. If you live in Florida and experienced damage to your property during Hurricane IAN, or any other natural disaster, we can help. PICC, Public Adjusters in Florida, are experts in all areas of insurance claim services for commercial and residential property damage. Our team of public adjusters can help make your life easier by taking care of all insurance matters from start-to-finish. To get started today, contact us online or call our office at 1-888-411-7422.

Who pays our fee?

We work on a contingency fee basis. This means that we only get paid if the client gets paid. Our fee is based on a percentage of the total settlement amount..

When PICC, Public Adjusters in Florida, start working on a Hurricane IAN claim or other type of insurance claim, we become your advocate. The insurance company may treat you poorly because they view you as their adversary, but we will do everything possible to help you get paid.

We know what a stressful time it is when you find out that you have Hurricane IAN insurance claims. Fortunately, our team can help put your mind at ease by performing all of your Florida public adjusting and insurance claims services. Whether you need claim assistance or just want to learn more about how we work, contact PICC Public Adjusters in Florida today.

Is there an advantage to using a public adjuster instead of filing the claim yourself?

If you have experienced Hurricane IAN, you may be worried about how it will impact your insurance claim. Filing a claim with the company directly might seem like the best way to go, but using a public adjuster could potentially result in better coverage and resolution.

Although filing a claim with your insurer may seem like a simple, straightforward process, it can be difficult when you are dealing with Hurricane IAN related property damage. For example, in some instances, an adjuster may not consider coverage for additional items outside what is specified in your policy. A public adjuster can work with you to help identify all of these issues and have them addressed by your insurance company.

Not only will a public adjuster assess your claim and negotiate with your insurance company, but they can also help ensure that you’re able to collect on any additional benefits you may be entitled to. Additionally, when working with a public adjuster, you’ll likely receive service faster than if you attempt to deal with Hurricane IAN on your own.

If you want to ensure that Hurricane IAN does not leave you in a financial hardship, work with a public adjuster. They will make sure your insurance claim is filed correctly and that you get compensated for all of your losses.

Some people who have suffered property damage from Hurricane IAN may feel as though they have no other option than filing a claim with their insurer. In most instances, it is better to contact a public adjuster, who can ensure you receive fair and equitable treatment from your insurer. With our help, you’ll be able to avoid common pitfalls and work with your insurer to secure proper funding for all of your Hurricane losses.

If you would like to file a Hurricane IAN claim with a public adjuster, contact PICC today. Our team of professionals is ready and willing to help anyone in need of assistance with their insurance claim. Our team will work tirelessly until your Hurricane property damage situation is resolved and done. Make your voice heard and learn more by contacting our representatives today!

Give us a call, we'd love to hear from you.

Did Hurricane IAN affect you? Our team of professionals will work tirelessly on your behalf until everything is settled and done. From Wind Damage to Flood Damage, our Private Public Adjusters can help you with all your needs. If you need help filing an insurance claim, give us a call at 1-888-411-7422 we are available 24/7/365.

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