What is a Public Adjuster?
We represent you the homeowner/insured to make sure you receive the maximum amount of money, that you’re entitled to.
We are experienced professionals licensed by the New Jersey State Insurance Commissioner, Bonded and Insured. Our role is to represent you, the insured, to make sure you receive the maximum amount of money for your settlement.
Understand that the insurance company represents the insurance company, not you.
Can’t I just use the insurance companies adjuster’s?
The insurance company’s adjuster represents the insurance company, NOT YOU.
They are experts at paying the least amount possible.
Should my Public Adjuster be brought in at the beginning of a claim?
Most Public Adjusters work on a contingency basis. Typically, Public Adjusters charge a fee of 10% to 15% of the final settlement offer.
More experienced adjusters will command higher fees. Some Public Adjusters charge over 20%. Some states restrict Public Adjuster fees.
Can I hire a Public Adjuster after the claim has been settled?
All the damage has been done. It’s three times more work with an uncertain outcome to try to reverse all the mistakes a homeowner/insured has made.
For those reasons, we will not represent a client that tried to handle a claim themselves.
How much does a Public Adjuster charge?
Public adjuster fees normally range between 10% and 15%.
An experienced highly qualified Public Adjuster makes all the difference and can increase your claim 50% 100% 200%. Depending on the circumstances, they will more than earn their fee, navigate you through the process with the highest success rate and handle all of the headaches.
Do you really want to try this by yourself?