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The PAB Team Concept… working only for their client’s best interests

Welcome to our frequently asked question section. Here you will find a great deal of information about the process of your claim from start to finish. If at any time you have a question, please call us.
 

Q:
Who are Public Insurance Adjusters?

A:
Public Insurance Adjusters are loss consultants, working exclusively for you, the policyholder. They are an authority on claim management and property loss adjusting.

 

Q: Why should I retain professional assistance
 
A: The insurance carriers have trained claims adjusters to protect their interest and minimize claim expense. Obtaining a loss consulting firm to protect your interest and maximize dollar recovery is to your financial advantage.

 

Q: When should I contact a Public Adjuster?
 
A: Immediately. The steps you take today could have a profound effect on your settlement later. PAB offers a no-cost, confidential consultation.
Guaranteed to be informative and beneficial.

 

Q: Isn’t my insurance agent responsible for taking care of my claim A: No. In the event of a major loss you’ll probably have little or no contact with your agent. Instead, the insurance company will send company adjuster(s) and/or contractor(s) (whom you’ve never met) to prepare and control the claim their way.

 

Q: What should I look for when hiring a Public Insurance Adjuster?
 
A: Look for the same qualities you would seek in any other professional service – Experience and a proven track record.
Q: What types of catastrophic losses do Public Insurance Adjusters manage?   A: They manage fire, water/flood, tornado, hurricane and earthquake claims for both homeowners and businesses.

 

Q: How are Public Insurance Adjuster’s fees determined? A: Fees are usually a small percentage of the recovered dollars. Normally, PAB is paid when you get paid. In the final analysis you will find PAB’s services are financially beneficial.

 

Q: What is a Complete
Certified Policy?
 
A: It is the most important set of documents regarding your property claim. A Complete Certified Policy includes Declarations page(s), Policy Coverage(s), Rider(s), Form(s), Endorsement(s) and Attachment(s). PAB always demands the certified policy in writing. Without a complete copy and full understanding of its content you are at a disadvantage.

 

Q: Why would my
insurance company avoid providing me with a copy of my Certified Policy?

 
A: The insurance company is under no obligation to provide you a copy of your Certified Policy… unless you ask. If you don’t ask, the insurance company assumes they may be negotiating with an uninformed party and will attempt to steer the claims, recovery and settlement process in their financial favor.

 

Q: What steps should I take when hit with a catastrophic loss? A: There are four key steps
you should take when you’ve suffered a catastrophic loss:

1. Report your loss to your insurance company immediately. In addition to contacting the company by phone, follow up with a letter, of which, you keep a copy.

2. Request (in writing) a copy of your Certified Policy from your insurance company.

3. If possible, protect your property from further damage, tampering, or looting.

4. Seek the professional assistance of a Public Insurance Adjuster such as Public Adjustment Bureau, Inc.

 

 


Call PAB for a
no-cost consultation

 
1-800-426-1271.

 

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