The Claims Process and Your Public Adjusters in Atlanta
In almost every instance of a claim that we handle, we secure a better financial settlement.
We are successful in not only getting full compensation for claims that insurance companies don’t pay, but for those claims that are paid by insurance companies, we obtain the fullest and most complete financial benefit for our clients in place of insurance companies minimal compensation.
Insurance companies have a financial interest in saving money.
We don’t try to save them money, but instead we get you what your Policy promises to pay – which is NOT saving money.
The reason that we secure greater payments than the insurance companies often pay is because their payments are not full and complete as the Policy provides for you.
If the insurance companies paid the right amount, then we would not have the history of success in recovering much better settlements.
There are a number of facts that consumers should know when making an insurance claim, and those facts are being developed for publication from PACS.
However, a key factor that most consumers don’t know is that policyholders have a much better outcome when they use their own restoration Contractor, because your own Contractor works for you.
Contrarily, if you use the insurance company’s restoration Contractor, that Contractor is indirectly paid by the insurance company with your benefits, and those Contractors follow the protocols of the insurance companies, not your preferences.
Insurance policies can be used to avoid paying the full and complete amount owed based on their language options. However, a trained professional, especially at the Expert level, can also apply the Policy language to demonstrate that the full and complete amount is due.
Most non-Expert Adjusters don’t have the training to fully understand all aspects of an insurance policy. Even some Attorneys struggle with fully understanding insurance policies.
You need a representative who is highly competent in order to gain everything that you deserve, and to make the policy perform for you what it promised when you bought it.