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FAQ

1.When should I contact LET US CLAIM?
Immediately after a loss call a public adjuster. It is most beneficial for us to get involved at the beginning to set the tone for the adjusting process.

2.What is a Public Adjuster?
A public insurance claim adjuster is an insurance professional who works to achieve an equitable resolution for the policyholder after major property damage or loss has been suffered. His work is negotiating on behalf of the property owner to arrive at a settlement that is both fair and representative of the damage that has been suffered.

3.How do I pay for the services provided by a public adjuster?
Public adjusters work on a contingency basis, so we’re paid only if we are able to get you a settlement from your insurance.

4.How can Public Adjusters better serve me over an insurance company adjuster?
The insurance company adjuster is employed exclusively by the insurance company and is loyal to the insurance company and it’s interests.  He must strike a balance between your interests and those of his company. A Public Adjuster is hired by the policyholder and works exclusively for his client’s best interests.

5.Are Public Insurance Adjusters trained specialists?
Your public insurance adjuster must be tested, licensed, bonded and authorized to practice his/her profession. Public insurance adjusters are required to continue their professional education to keep current with changes in the insurance industry.

6.What Types of Claims Do We Handle?
The independent insurance claims adjuster team at LET US CLAIM can handle nearly any type of property damage claim. Whether your loss has resulted from a natural disaster, contractor negligence, a criminal act or some other cause, our public adjusters can help you negotiate a fair settlement.
Some examples of the claims we can manage include those over damage resulting from:
•    Hurricanes
•    Tornadoes
•    Hail
•    Wind
•    Lightning
•    Floods
•    Sinkholes
•    Explosions
•    Fire
•    Plumbing Leaks
•    Theft and Vandalism