A Public Adjuster is a loss adjustment authority hired by you (the home or business owner) to prepare, file and negotiate your insurance claim.
Your insurance company employs adjusters and other experts to represent and protect the company’s interests. A public adjuster’s job is to protect yours.
You can think of a public adjuster as your insurance claim “attorney”. There are absolutely no up-front, out-of-pocket costs to hire a public adjuster. A public adjuster will get paid a percentage of what he/she “wins” on your insurance settlement, so you can rest assured that you will receive the most out of your insurance claim.
When hiring a Chicago Adjusting public adjuster, you can expect the following benefits:
Chances are you have not had an opportunity to carefully study your home/business insurance policy. Such documents can be quite confusing and they often leave a lot of room for misinterpretation.
At Chicago Adjusting, we are experts in the language of insurance and we can recognize specific policy coverage, limitations, extensions of coverage and exclusions. Additional coverage that we can identify is crucial to ensure you a maximum claim payout.
Our experience and complete understanding of your insurance company’s expectations when documenting and valuing your claim protects you from getting denied, undervalued or treated unfairly.
Our expertise allows us to more efficiently organize your claim and process the necessary paperwork at a quicker rate. You can trust that Chicago Adjusting’s team of skilled individuals work tirelessly every day to bring your property to its pre-damage condition as quickly as possible!
We know that your time is valuable and that you have more important priorities and commitments than having to deal with an insurance claim. We handle all information and documentation demands of your insurance company when filing your claim while keeping you thoroughly informed of all developments. As your representative, Chicago Adjusting will be the one to organize, manage and maintain your claim from the initial consultation to the point of closure so you can have one less thing to worry about.