Public Adjuster (Insurance Adjuster Services) in and around Pembroke Pines Florida
Pembroke Pines Florida is one of the best places to live and work here in South Florida. It’s an incredible community both to raise a family or own a home. Many business owners have also found Pembroke Pines to be one of the best communities in Florida to build a business. Unfortunately, weather in particular can be challenging for Pembroke Pines Florida residents. Hurricane season in particular can be challenging. When severe weather strikes Pembroke Pines, you may find that you have so submit an insurance claims. In many cases, there are no problems. But in many others, the insurance companies are ‘uncooperative’ to be diplomatic. You may find the hiring a public adjuster (“insurance adjuster”) is a good idea, so that you have a professional fighting for your rights and your claim against the insurance company. Fortunately, we offer a FREE consultation.
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What is a Public Adjuster?
A Public Adjuster is a person 18 or older licensed by the State whose job is to help homeowners and business owners by fighting against their insurance company and recovering the money they deserve. Excellent results can be achieved if the policyholder is represented by a professional that acts only in benefit of the insured. A good Public Adjuster should analyze and evaluate every Insurance policy confirming appropriate coverages and deductibles before reporting the damage to the insurance company protecting the interests of the Policy Holder.
Currently, 44 states (and the District of Columbia) have in place some form of statutory and/or regulatory scheme which licenses public adjusters. The states that do not are: Alaska, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Thus, here in the State of Florida Public Adjusters are regulated by the government.
Holding a license in one state only permits the licensed to practice in that state.
How is a Public Adjuster Compensated?
A Public Adjuster is a person that in exchange of a commission aids a Policyholder at the time of property damage against their insurance company, investigating and adjusting the loss. In the State of Florida all Public Adjusters are capped at 20% of the total amount of the settlement but in an State of Emergency, the fee is reduced to 10% instead. We are very transparent on pricing and allow for a free estimate and consultation. Thus there is no risk to you. Contact our office and let one of our friendly public adjusters come and meet you face-to-face. We service the Fort Lauderdale area, especially communities such as Pembroke Pines, Miramar, and Davie, Florida. But if you are anywhere in or near Fort Lauderdale, call us for a consultation.
What is an Independent Public Adjuster?
Frequently, here in South Florida, we incur heavy losses. Often floods occur. Sometimes it’s fires. There are many types of natural disasters and weather events, and plus there are more “ordinary” events such as a break in piping or a fire. In these cases, homeowners in communities that we serve such as Pembroke Pines, Miramar, Pembroke Pines and Davie turn to an “independent public adjuster” to represent their interests against the insurance company. An independent public adjuster works for YOU the homeowner and NOT the insurance company. Thus he or she represents YOUR interests and is not motivated to err on the side of cheapness.
How Much Does a Public Adjuster Cost?
That depends on the ultimate outcome. But the good news is that the first step to finding an independent insurance adjuster here in South Florida is to contact us. We charge ZERO for the initial consultation. We can evaluate your situation and explain the ultimate costs involved. But – generally speaking – we get paid if, and only if, you get paid. Our public adjusters do this every day every week and so we are experts not only in working to get you what you deserve and representing your interests against insurance companies, but in the entire process. We can and will fairly evaluate the costs involved and work hard to get you every penny you deserve in your insurance claim. Whether it’s fire or water, a hurricane or a windstorm, let our insurance adjusters help you protect your rights.
Pembroke Pines Florida Factoid
Pembroke Pines was officially incorporated on January 16, 1960. The city’s name, Pembroke Pines, is traced back to Sir Edward Reed, a Member of Britain’s Parliament for the County of Pembroke in 1874, who purchased and farmed land in the 1880s which today occupies much of what is now the nearby city of Dania Beach. The road put through his land came to be known as Pembroke Road. When incorporating, the mayor (Dr. Kipnis) suggested the name Pembroke Pines because of the pine trees growing near Pembroke Road.