Common Questions About Public Adjusting Answered!
How Do Public Adjusters Get Paid?
Whether you’re living in the aftermath of a catastrophic hurricane, dealing with water damage or sifting through the remains of a house fire, submitting a property damage claim can be incredibly stressful. Hiring a public adjuster can help alleviate much of the stress and hassle involved with getting your claim paid. Claims involving a public adjuster have historically resulted in significantly larger payments from insurance companies.
You may be wondering, “How does a public adjuster get paid?”
One of the benefits of using Sentry Public Adjusting is that our payment comes as a small percentage of what your insurance company will be paying. While our services aren’t exactly free, they come at no upfront cost to you. We don’t get paid until you do. Sentry Public Adjusting has been helping clients maximize their property damage claims for decades, and we work tirelessly on behalf of our clients.
How Does a Public Adjuster Get Paid?
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When Should I Hire A Public Adjuster?
When it comes to dealing with your home and your future, it’s always best to get professionals involved as early in the process as possible.
Hiring a public adjuster does come with a cost–a small percentage of the overall claim payout. Some policyholders decide to handle their claims themselves. Going it alone, you may succeed in getting the minimal payout determined by the insurance company. But the claim process itself can be painful, and you can never really be sure you’ve received the proper settlement amount.
Public adjusters are trained to review and understand property insurance policies. Get Sentry Public Adjusting on your side, and get your maximum payout!
Using Sentry Public Adjusting vs. Relying on Insurance Companies
Using a public adjuster to help with your homeowners’ insurance claim is a decision each person must make, but the financial implications can be staggering. According to their official response to the OPPAGA report, insurance companies would like to place limits on reopened and supplemental claims. Their goal is to pay the minimum settlement on your claim. Using a public adjusting firm can make a huge difference in the amount of money you receive for your property damage claim.