A public insurance adjuster is a licensed professional who represents insurance policyholders who have property damage at their homes and businesses.
After a property insurance claim is filed, the insurance company will send out an adjuster to view the damage and prepare a report for what the value of the damage might be. Unfortunately, insurance company adjusters represent the insurance company and not the policyholder
Public insurance adjusters work for policyholders. Public adjusters do not work for insurance companies. As a result, public adjusters have the policyholder’s best interest in mind
How Can a Public Adjuster Help?
A public insurance adjuster acts on your behalf as the policyholder. Public adjusters document and evaluate damage, negotiate property insurance claims, and coordinate emergency services the day that an event occurs.
Public adjusters document property damage using smart phones, drones, and Matterport 3D cameras. This documentation assists public adjusters as they evaluate property damage and draft comprehensive estimates for building damage, personal property damage, and loss of business income. The public adjuster estimates are incredibly detailed and they help policyholders value the damage to their property.
Additionally, public adjusters assist with coordinating emergency service vendors the same day that damage occurs. These vendors include restoration companies, board up companies, dry cleaners, housing professionals, and a whole host of other helpful companies that help the policyholder mitigate their damages.
Let the Public Insurance Adjuster at Berman Adjusters Handle Your Insurance Claim
If you have suffered sufficient losses to warrant filing an insurance claim, the public insurance adjusters at Berman Adjusters will handle your claim for you. Our singular goal is to get you the largest financial compensation possible. If you have an insurance claim, contact us at email@example.com or call us at (617) 964-0000.