search
Home > Charlotte services > Charlotte home improvement

Posted: Thursday, November 9, 2017 9:56 PM

Most people who have a damage claim have no idea how to prepare and adjust it. They more or less rely on their "insurance adjuster" to do that for them. BIG MISTAKE! What you must understand is, it is the "insurance adjusters" job to make company inspired settlements with policyholders, most of whom lack the fundamental information and adjusting skills to be on a level playing field with the adjuster.

A Public Adjuster can help you level the field.

Knowledge is leverage. The more you know, the more power you have, and insurance adjusters are well trained to cut corners and save their company money and, more and more, look for ways to avoid paying claims. You need someone as well trained in your corner looking out for your interests.

The objective in adjusting should be to get as good a result as possible, as quickly as possible, as trouble free as possible. Most policyholders will continue their fate of dealing ineffectively due to the fact that they lack ability, information, and understanding.

To adjust is to negotiate. An adjuster is a negotiator. Usually, only the person representing the insurance company is considered the adjuster, and the policyholder receives his/her adjustment, as previously stated, from a company inspired adjuster. In order to arrive at an adjusted settlement, each side has its own needs to satisfy. The less you know, the more likely you are to be forced to meet the needs of the insurance company.

You must know your needs! You must know your rights!

A Public Adjuster can help you with both of these. If you don't know what to expect and how to get it, you may become overwhelmed and give in too easily.

No one knows the outcome of an adjustment beforehand. Therefore, it is impossible to anticipate to what extent either party will give in to the needs of the other. Bargaining power becomes the main ingredient in adjusting. It usually comes about naturally as facts come to the surface. Adjusting is a matter of give and take, and unless you are dealing from a position of strength and knowledge like a Public Adjuster can offer, you may be forced to give too much.

The Question is not whether you can afford to hire a Public Adjuster, BUT whether you can Afford Not to HIRE one.

“Educate and Protect the Policy Holder”
♲ Stuart Yarman - NC Licensed & Bonded
(704)526-9491

• Location: Charlotte

• Post ID: 53080202 charlotte
charlotte.backpage.com is an interactive computer service that enables access by multiple users and should not be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider. © 2017 backpage.com