Public Adjusters

Filing an insurance claim can be complicated, tiresome, and often frustrating to homeowners. But what many people don’t realize is that the claims process is just as complex and fraught with complications for public adjusters as well.

Insurance companies require an enormous amount of forms and documents just to start the process of a claim, and this can feel like jumping through unnecessary hoops. At Murray & Associates, our legal team can help you file the claims correctly and protect adjusters from potential liability.

What is a Public Adjuster?

Public adjusters are insurance experts who work on behalf of and for the best interest of policyholders. Homeowners hire adjusters for assistance in filing a claim or challenging an amount offered by an insurance company. These professionals are not only charged with filing claims for a policyholder but also negotiating with an insurance company to secure the best possible outcomes.

Should I Hire an Attorney?

Generally speaking, public adjusters stand little to lose and much to gain by hiring an insurance attorney. Working with a lawyer improves your chances of achieving beneficial outcomes for clients because bringing together the complimentary skillsets stacks the deck against insurance agencies.

Public adjusters can ensure a claim is precise and detailed to maximize your chances of receiving fair compensation. Meanwhile, the attorney can protect the client’s rights in the courtroom.

Benefits of Hiring an Attorney as a Public Adjuster

  • More accurate claims
  • Secure a larger return for your clients from insurance provider
  • Less stress and more peace of mind

Are You a Public Adjuster In The State Of Florida Looking for Legal Representation?

Murray & Associates offers a dedicated team of experts in their field of insurance law who always have your best interest in mind. If you are ready to learn more about how the process works, give us a call today!

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