Public Adjuster on scene at a fire in Abington. Services
Public Adjuster Services
Area Public Adjuster services are in the interest the policyholder. Do not be misled by the insurance companies. Insurance company adjusters specialize in minimizing claim payouts or denying covered claims. Don’t let this happen to you! Area Public Adjusters are the experienced professionals you need on your side in order to receive a proper settlement. By using our services, you will have the confidence that the claim is being handled properly. Our highly trained staff are constantly aware of any and all changes in the policy provisions, conditions, and exclusions.
“Minimize Your Worries, Maximize Your Settlement”
We seek to indemnify you the insured. Whether you have a claim or uncertain about filing a claim call us anyway at 1(800) 289-9896. Residential or Commercial loss, big or small, we do it all! Area Public Adjusters offers a free claim evaluation service. We are so confident in our services, that if you receive no settlement from your property damage claim, we will waive our fee.
Serving Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Our Services include:
Call now to review your insurance policy to assure you have a covered claim.
Take necessary action to mitigate the loss and prevent further damage, as well as make any temporary repairs needed.
Compile a detailed loss assessment of the damaged structure and contents.
Area Public Adjustes will speak to the insurance company directly and file the claim.
We will determine whether or not the claim can qualify for additional living expenses, business interruption costs, or loss of rent.
Inspect the damage with an insurance company representative and provide a detailed estimate of loss using our software.
Negotiate a fair settlement on behalf of you, the policyholder.
Prepare all paperwork needed to close the claim and receive the settlement draft.
When a loss occurs you should do the following:
Call Area Pubic Adjusters immediately.
Don’t move or discard any damaged goods.
Protect your property from further damage. Move undamaged goods to safe place.
Keep the area untouched, unless photos or video are taken.
Take a visual inventory of the damaged property.
Don’t sign any documents from “curious bystanders” at the scene.