Florida Public Insurance Adjusters And Property Damage Insurance Claims

Florida Public Insurance Adjusters And Property Damage Insurance Claims

Florida Public Insurance Adjusters are growing in popularity throughout Florida. Whether it is hurricane, fire, flood, or catastrophe damage, more and more home and business owners are finding it necessary to acquire the assistance of a Public Adjuster because of underpaid property damage insurance claims.

Florida has been devastated by hurricanes in the past 3 years. Broward, Dade, West Palm, Monroe, Charlotte and many other counties have had astronomical damage to their property and many of these hardworking people have not gotten a proper settlement from their insurance companies. The main insurance company that is now dealing with these past hurricane damage claims is Citizen’s.

For the most part, Citizen’s has been a fairly honest company. They have, however, underpaid a portion of their insurance policyholders from past hurricanes and catastrophes. This is where Florida Public Insurance Adjusters have stepped up to the place. Their job is to reopen a policyholders’ insurance damage claims and see if the home or business owner was 100% properly paid on that insurance claim.

The number of underpaid insurance damage claims is astounding. Public Insurance Adjusters routinely get 70%-80% more funds for the policyholder than they originally received from the insurance company when the claim was settled. Reopening a property damage claim is fairly simple and is well worth it for any past hurricane damage victims.

It is not recommended that the policyholder reopen a past insurance claim by themselves. It is a tedious process that should be handled by a professional if you want to walk away with the extra funds you were cut short on. Whether it is a single-family home or a whole condo association, Public Insurance Adjusters are there to represent the policyholder throughout this whole process, and more times than not, these hardworking property owners get the funds that they should have originally received.