THE UNCERTAINTY OF FILING A CLAIM YOURSELF
Unlike a reopen claim, an existing claim is when you have a claim that you’ve filed yourself, but you are unsure if you collected all the correct information, items, and damaged losses. Many people attempt to tackle an insurance claim themselves. As these people start going through the paperwork and hit insurance legal jargon, an unsettling feeling overcomes them: “What happens if I’m underpaid for the offer? Will the insurance company give me what is owed?”
THE CLAIM GUIDE’S PUBLIC ADJUSTERS STEP IN FOR YOUR EXISTING CLAIMS
If you have been under-paid or have received an offer for your insurance claim, we can step in and take over from that point. With the existing claim process, we redocument and cross-reference every aspect of your property damages or losses. The Claim Guide can usually find many items that were not originally included and other items that were not properly priced with existing claims.
WHY GO WITH THE CLAIM GUIDE PUBLIC ADJUSTER’S EXISTING CLAIM PROCESS
Insurance adjusters are often very busy and sometimes may overlook certain areas that can inadvertently reduce a claim. Many variables go into properly assessing and estimating damages to your home. It is common for insurance adjusters to overlook many aspects of your losses. Insurance adjusters can be overloaded with many claims. Adjusters from out of state are sometimes known to spend minimal time on your claim or your existing claim.
It is always in your best interest to review your existing claim with a Claim Guide Public Adjuster to make sure your damages, losses, and items are not overlooked. Here is a list of the following items that are usually withheld on each insurance claim settlement:
- Operation and Profit (Insurance companies withhold an extra 20% of your claim)-they are to apply this by law if the general contractor is involved in the repair process.
- Content manipulation (Insurance companies intentionally withhold moving time to remove all items out of a room in order to complete necessary repairs.)
- Paint (Insurance companies sometimes overlook the use of 2 coats of paint)
- Base Service Charges (Insurance companies sometimes overlook additional funds for job site prep, travel time, delivery of goods, set up, take down of equipment)
- Emergency Service Invoices (Insurance companies sometimes overlook any emergency costs accrued during the time of the loss) i.e., tarping a roof, buying a shop vacuum, renting a dehumidifier, clean up, hotel stay, renting a storage unit.
With the use of these items, we can get thousands, or tens of thousands, more than your initial offer. Our services are free until you are paid from your existing claim.
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