What's the difference between a Dallas public adjuster and the insurance adjuster from my insurance company?
Both your local public adjuster and the insurance company adjuster are licensed insurance professionals skilled in estimating insurance losses. However, they each represent opposing sides. The public adjuster represents your sides and your interests while the insurance company adjuster serves the insurance company. If you want to make sure that your needs are fully considered, then you'll want to retain your own representative.
How do I pay for the services provided by a public adjuster?
Public adjusters are paid out of the final settlement (typically a small percentage specified by the state's insurance department). We work on a contingency basis, so we're paid only if we are able to get you a settlement from your insurance.
Will I pay any fees upfront?
No, you will not be required to pay for anything upfront. Fees are paid out of the final settlement check.
How much more can I expect by using a public insurance adjuster?
While we'd love to give you an exact figure, all claims are different. We are committed to maximizing your settlement so that all of your losses are compensated for at the fullest value allowed under your insurance policy. Studies have shown that public adjusters increase settlements for their clients by an average of 547 percent.