Florida Loss, we’re all too familiar with the struggles that policyholders face when their insurance company pays out far less than they’re entitled to. After a hurricane, it’s not uncommon for insurance companies to lowball claimants in an effort to save money. If you’re not careful, you could end up being severely under compensated for your damages. If you want to get a fair settlement from your insurance company, you’re going to have to be willing to negotiate. It’s important to remember that the insurance adjuster’s initial offer is almost always below what the claim is actually worth. Our newest client in Punta Gorda, Florida was only offered/paid $3.80 for their Hurricane Ian claim – a mere fraction of what they should have received. It’s instances like this where we usually recommend that policyholders employ a public adjuster right from the start. By doing this, your public adjuster can evaluate your claim and ensure that you get the full compensation you’re entitled to. If your insurance company has already put their foot in the ground with their initial payment, it can become difficult for us to fight your claim and get you the money you deserve since your carrier has already taken their stance. At Florida Loss Public Adjusters, we’re confident that we can always get you more money for your loss – no matter what the circumstances. We understand the stress you’re feeling when an insurance claim isn’t handled adequately, and we’re here to help. Call us today and let us get you what you deserve!
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