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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What Is a Public Adjuster?

    A public adjuster is an independent claims adjuster who represents you in a claim with your insurance company.

  • Does an Independent Public Adjuster Work for the State?

    As the name implies, an independent claims adjuster does not work for the state. However, they are licensed by the State Department of Insurance.

  • What Will My Claims Adjuster Do?

    Your claims adjustor will inspect you and your property for signs of damages and will then determine what your insurance company is obligated to pay based on those damages.

  • When Is the Best Time to Call My Claims Adjuster?

    Ideally, you should call your claims adjuster ASAP. After ensuring that everyone involved in any accidents is safe and that any emergency personnel have been contacted, you should call your claims adjuster.

  • What Factors Determine How Much My Insurance Payout Will Be?

    The payout is based on the damages determined to have been caused by the insurable incident. It is also, of course, based on your insurance policy and the maximum amount agreed to be paid.

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