FAQ - Public Adjuster

1.What is a public adjuster?

A Public adjuster is an insurance claims adjuster who is an advocate for the policyholder in appraising and negotiating an insurance claim. Licensed public adjusters can legally represent the rights of an insured during a property insurance claim process and ensure a prompt and fair settlement.

2.Why should I hire a public adjuster?

Unlike adjusters hired or working for the insurance company, a public adjuster works exclusively for you. They have the necessary all the documentation and represent your interests during the claim process, reliving you of many time consuming matters and assuring you get a prompt and fair settlement.

3.Who are the adjusters from LeadingPublicAdjusters.com?

The adjusters in our directory represent the best in the field. They are all state accredited, and also members of the National Association of Public Adjusters.

4.What is the role of leadingpublicadjusters.com?

Leadingpublicadjusters.com mission is to connect individuals and businesses who had suffered economic losses with top public adjusters from around the country, and also provide a platform for our member adjusters to share their insights with the public. The directory is membership based, but it is free for the public to access.

5.How do I find a public adjuster in my area?

To find someone in your area, click on the Directory tab in the top menu. If you you would like to recommend a public adjuster for inclusion in our directory, or would like to share your experience about working with a public adjuster, please click here.

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