Florida Loss Public Adjusters, Inc. - State License# E109802 |

(954) 430-7333

A lot of people think that once their fire insurance claim is closed, there’s nothing they can do to fight it. But that’s exactly what the insurance company wants you to think. They’re hoping you don’t call a fire damage adjuster in Florida. Because, if you do, you’ll find out that there’s a chance they can get your claim reopened.

If you handle your fire insurance claim on your own, you won’t know how to fight it. If you receive a denial of your, you may walk away and swallow your loss. You figure there’s nothing more you can do. You would be wrong.

Insurance Claim Can Be Reopened for Up to Three Years

What a lot of people don’t realize is that their fire insurance claim can be reopened for up to three years. However, it depends on why your insurance claim was closed. It also depends on whether you’ve already received payment for your claim.

Your Florida public fire damage adjuster can review your claim to see if you should’ve been paid. They can also check to see if you received payment for the full amount of your claim. As a result, you may not have realized you had suffered certain damages. This is why it’s important to call and talk to a fire damage adjuster. They can come out, take a look at your property, and give you an idea of what you’re entitled to.

The Insurance Company Will Take Your Fire Damage Adjuster Seriously

It may not seem fair, but the insurance adjuster will take your fire damage adjuster more seriously than they take you. They know that your adjuster means business. They also realize that they have the experience and skills necessary to get you as much money as possible,

Your fire damage adjuster will look to see exactly what kind of losses you’ve suffered. If they think you’re entitled to more money, they’ll file a supplemental claim. or, they’ll file an appeal if you receive a claim denial all together.

Call today and schedule your free consultation. An experienced fire damage adjuster will come out and give you an idea of how they can help you. The initial estimate is free. And your adjuster won’t get paid until they get you payment of your claim. They’ll give you the peace of mind you need at a time like this.

(954) 430-7333