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If your home or business suffers damage during the 2019 hurricane season, and your insurance company denies your claim or doesn’t pay full value, contact us for a free case review.
A public adjuster is an adjuster who is licensed and certified by the Department of Insurance to work exclusively for the benefit of the policyholder.
You deserve the same experienced and skilled professional representation as your insurance company. There are too many details and variables that could be overlooked.
Many people have difficulty understanding the technical language of the insurance policy and the complicated procedures they must follow to comply with the policy’s terms.
A loss assesor who you can retain to assist you in preparing, filing, and adjusting your insurance claim. Public adjusters are retained for the adjustment of insured claims due to fire, wind, water, vandalism, and many other perils. Our public adjusters have experience in commercial properties, strip malls, condominium associations, homeowners, and the general insuring public.
• Insurance company adjusters – are trained professionals who represent the interests of the insurance company which employs them.
• Public adjusters – sole responsibility is to serve you, the insured.
Sure, but a public adjuster who has years of experience and training and can make it easier for a policyholder who might experience one loss in a lifetime.
The typical fire policy contains hundreds of provisions and stipulations – various forms and riders that are constantly changing and many complex details about your requirements in case of loss. Most people do not know or understand the policy provisions – and most do not realize that the burden of proof is on them, the policyholder. Most insurance company representatives actually prefer to work with an experienced public insurance adjuster rather than an inexperienced insured.
• Take photos of the damage.
• Take whatever steps you can to prevent further damage (example: Tarp your roof if its leaking). Make sure it is safe to make the temporary repairs and you are not risking injury to yourself or your family and friends or risking further damage.
• Remember to keep all your receipts for any temporary repairs you make. Also retain receipts for living expenses as a result of the loss to your residence.
• While tempted to clean up as much as possible, especially after a hurricane, do not throw away household belongings such as furniture or any personal items until these items have been inspected by a CMC Claim Consultants, Inc. representative.
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12651 South Dixie Hwy., Suite 207 Pinecrest, FL 33156
Telephone: (305) 668-3335
Fax: (305) 668-7887
We work for you, NOT the insurance company.
Our team of public adjusters at CMC can find damage that the untrained eye does not see. We know how to interact with insurance companies and how to present your claim for maximum success.