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

Six simple questions to determine
if you’re “in over your head.”

 

 
1. Did you obtain a certified policy?
Without this document (see Q&A at right) and a full understanding of its contents, you’re at the mercy of the company adjuster’s interpretation of your policy. This could place you at a considerable financial disadvantage.
 
2. Are you able to prepare or negotiate structural estimates?
A) Company adjusters writing structural estimates are working for the insurance carrier. Checking their work is critical and requires experience.
B) How can a contractor that does not know your policy write an estimate maximizing your benefits?

3. Are you conducting your own inventory or allowing the insurance company to document your loss?
Inventory preparation is labor-intensive and should be done with meticulous detail. It is most productive when performed by someone with incentive and experience.

4. Were you told to start cleanup before settlements have been reached?
Unless firm agreements have been reached, you may be throwing away money. NEVER dispose of property until satisfactory agreements are obtained.

5. Is a CPA working as your forensic accountant?
Forensic accounting is a highly specialized area of accounting. It is best accomplished by a specialist, such as those employed by PAB.

6. Do you believe insurance companies pay their employees to maximize claims and work in your best interest?

If these questions raise concerns regarding the direction of your claim, you may be “in over your head.” Please call PAB for your no-cost, confidential consultation.