Submit an Appraisal Packet

Invoking Your Right to Appraisal Can Be a Smooth Process

By sending in this packet and including all of the items requested in the next column, you will greatly reduce lag time and paper shuffling.

Getting Started

If you haven’t read through the Appraisal Page of this site, it is highly recommended that you do, in order to understand the reasoning for appraisal, the process, costs, and time span of negotiation.

In order to complete this form, you’ll need the documents listed below. You will also need to know general information about your loss and damages, and some of your insurance information, like your claim number. Some people even opt to have their contractor help them fill out the packet. If you’ve already brushed up on the appraisal process and you’re ready to move forward, you can now collect your documents and data and begin your Appraisal Packet.

If You Are a Property Owner, Wanting Noble to File Your Insurance Claim, This Is NOT the Correct Form.

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Important Documents Needed

To complete the appraisal packet, you will need the following items:

Our Printable Right to Appraisal Form (RTA)

This can be printed right from the button below. This is the legal document that must be completed in order for Noble Public Adjusting Group to represent you to the Insurance Company. Once we receive it, we will file it with your insurance company to begin the appraisal process. The insurance company will not begin the process until this document is received, so without it, we can do nothing.

Please read through, sign, scan it into your computer, and attach it in the appropriate place on this form.

Your Estimate of Loss or Damages

Your estimate is usually written by the contractor you’ve hired to restore your property damages. If you do not have a professional estimate written out and/or have not hired a contractor, we can easily scope your property and write your estimate for you. You have to have an estimate to show the Insurance Company that your estimated cost of damages is in opposition to the one that they’ve prepared (also known as the scope of loss).

Estimating is a separate service that Noble offers from the appraisal process. The fee for an estimate is separate from the appraisal fee. If you need an estimate written or need help finding a contractor, please contact us and we can help you with that.

Eagleview Report

An EagleView Report is specific to claims involving roof or structural damage and can usually be obtained from the contractor, as it is generally used to write the damage estimate. EagleView Reports are ordered from the arial photography and data company “EagleView”. If you do not have a contractor and need to have us write your estimate, we’ll order your EagleView Report for you.

The cost ranges from $40 to $100 and is quoted by EagleView, not Noble. The report gives satellite pictures of your property and roof, along with the measurements and details that are needed to write an accurate estimate and negotiate your position of loss and your damages.

Carrier's Scope of Loss

This is your insurance company’s estimation of damages and can be obtained by email or mail from your carrier (insurance company). A lot of times the insurance company will mail you the “Scope of Loss”, after they’ve inspected your property.

Submit an Appraisal Packet

This packet is to be filled out ONLY if you already have a professional contractor’s estimate to attach. If you are a contractor and need a professional estimate written first, please submit your information here instead. If you are having your estimate written, you will not need to resubmit your information here, it will be submitted for you by EEE.

  • Please submit all information and documents (including your contractor’s estimate) for the appraisal process here.
  • Failure to submit all documents and information at one time will delay the onset of the appraisal process.
  • You should receive a submission receipt after you hit the submit button; if you do not, please call the office to ensure your information was received.