How Does a Florida Public Adjuster Get Paid?
Noble Public Adjusting Group does its best to educate and inform Florida homeowners and commercial property owners. As part of that effort, today on our blog we would like to explain how public adjusters get paid. When you experience damages to your Florida home or commercial property and need to file an insurance claim, you might be tempted to rely exclusively on your insurer to make the right evaluations and calculate what they must pay you. However, this is not the most advantageous solution, especially if the damage is extensive and you claim should be for a larger sum of money. The result of relying strictly on your insurance company is that you may not receive a full settlement. In this case, you should look for a licensed public insurance adjuster Florida specialist like Noble and hire them to represent your interests, negotiate with your insurer, and obtain you proper compensation.
Understanding Public Adjuster Fees in Florida
If you are worried that you can’t afford to hire a public adjuster, you should know that a public adjuster does not get paid until you do. Once Noble gets you a fair settlement, we will receive a percentage that we negotiated together when you hired us. The payment received by a public adjuster depends on a few things: the reason for your claim, your location (legal provisions are not the same in all states), the damage assessment, and the settlement you receive.
You must know that any company will get paid for services and that Noble Public Adjusting Group is no different. But where we DO differ is that we are considered the best public adjuster in Florida, based on hundreds of client reviews, and the #1 rated insurance appraiser in the US. We are motivated to help you win the highest settlement possible. Of course, that means we make more money too. No shame in admitting that. Noble is always 100% transparent in our communication, motives, and our desire to help policyholders fight big corporate insurance.
Facts speak better than anything we could add. A recent study shows that by using a public adjuster to file their insurance claim, policyholders receive on average 747% more as a settlement from their insurance company than if they had handled the claim themselves. You can’t find a much stronger argument for using a public adjuster.
To learn more about how public adjusting works, how public adjusters get paid, and to address any questions you have about Noble Public Adjusting Group, please refer to our Public Adjuster FAQ page. There are dozens of questions with answers listed there. However, if you find that you have further questions that are not addressed in our FAQ section, feel free to give us a call. We enjoy talking to Florida homeowners and commercial property owners. Noble’s main office is in Panama City Beach, but we have offices all across Florida, in Texas and in Georgia.
Noble offers FREE insurance policy reviews for homeowners and commercial property owners. Call us today to discuss your insurance policy, to have us file your insurance claim, or for any other concerns you have. Noble’s home office is in Panama City Beach, but we provide services nationwide. Under the right circumstances, Noble can handle an insurance claim anywhere in the US. See all of our public adjuster service locations below.
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