HOW A PUBLIC
ADJUSTER HELPS

Have you experienced a residential property loss?

How a Public Adjuster Can Help With Residential Claims

When you’ve suffered residential property damage from a fire, water, wind, flood or other disastrous event, engaging a licensed public insurance adjuster to manage your insurance claim process is the most important step you can take to maximize your property claim settlement.

Your homeowners insurance policy is a complex legal contract. In it is a maze of obligations and requirements. Overlook any of the steps, and you put yourself at risk of leaving money on the table.

In addition to fulfilling the time-sensitive obligations in your policy, we also:

Document the full extent of your damage.

Analyze your homeowners insurance policy to develop a strategy for maximizing your financial recovery.

Quantify and detail your damages in a format your insurance company will respond to and accept.

Serve as your exclusive advocate in negotiations with your insurance company.

Maximize your claim settlement amount.

Free you to focus on your life, while we focus on your loss.

Educate, advise & communicate openly with you, so you can make informed decisions.

In addition to fulfilling the time-sensitive obligations in your policy, we also:

Document the full extent of your damage.

Analyze your homeowners insurance policy to develop a strategy for maximizing your financial recovery.

Quantify and detail your damages in a format your insurance company will respond to and accept.

Serve as your exclusive advocate in negotiations with your insurance company.

Maximize your claim settlement amount.

Free you to focus on your life, while we focus on your loss.

Educate, advise & communicate openly with you, so you can make informed decisions.

Do You Really Need a Public Adjuster?

The short answer is yes. If you’ve suffered insured residential property damage, speaking with one of our licensed public insurance adjusters as soon as possible is crucial.

Much like you would consult with an accountant for complex tax matters, or an attorney for complex legal matters, a licensed public insurance adjuster is the only licensed professional who advocates exclusively for you from the time you report your loss until you receive your final settlement check.

Many contractors try to fulfill our role in working with the insurance company. In many states, this is prohibited by law, as they lack the expertise and licensing required to act in your best interest and maximize your insurance claim settlement.

When and
How Fees
Are Paid

Some insurance claims are simple and straightforward, and they can be handled directly by the policyholder. At Globe Midwest Adjusters International, we won’t take on your property insurance claim unless we can add substantial value to your recovery. As your claim gets resolved, we get paid a small percentage of your settlement.

To find out if we can help you, fill out the form below for a free claim review.

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