Notice : non-matching siding is a result of not hiring a public adjuster.

Why a Public Adjuster May Be Right for You

Most policyholders fail to understand that managing an insurance claim can be complicated and time consuming. Public adjusters take the hassle, stress, and time out of the claim process.

Public adjusters are used whenever a property claim arises. All types of properties, organizations, businesses and professions use public adjusters to restore losses and damaged property. A licensed public insurance adjuster is a fierce advocate for the policyholder to provide the most equitable and prompt settlement possible.

Insurance companies are good at telling you what they want to pay you, not what is rightfully due to you.

In most cases, the insurance company adjuster promises that he will take care of everything and the policyholder will be reimbursed for all the damages. However, these adjusters represent the insurance company, not you, the policyholder.

That means you, the policyholder, are responsible for preparing, presenting and documenting your claims. The average property owner is at a great disadvantage when it comes to arguing coverage issues, policy provision and other details.

Having expert representation from a licensed public adjuster assures that your interests are protected. Once a policyholder has experienced the benefits of a public adjuster, they will rarely attempt to settle a claim without their expert services.

If your home or business suffered damages from any of the following perils a licensed public insurance adjuster from Home Damage Adjustment, can help you. We specialize in:

Common Types of Home Damage Claims

  • Falling objects / flooring damage / tile cracks
  • Plumbing leaks
  • Fire
  • Smoke back ups from fireplace or furnace
  • Flood
  • Structural collapse
  • Hailstorm
  • Water damage
  • Mold
  • Windstorm – siding/stucco/roofs

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