As the best reviewed public adjusters in Maine, Noble Public Adjusting Group has a top-tier track record of negotiating property insurance claims for businesses, condos, large losses, and residential property owners. Whether hurricane, fire, smoke, roof hail damage, wind, water, storm damage, etc. Noble is a state-certified and regulated expert insurance claim adjuster representing YOU, the property owner, NOT the Insurance Company.
We function on a contingency basis to get you the top payout feasible for Maine property damage claims, and of course, there is simply no out-of-pocket expense. That’s right, if there is no increase or recovery in your claim, there is no charge!
Already filed an insurance claim and received an unsatisfactory payout?
Whether the case has to be filed, is filed, or is closed with an unsatisfactory payout; we can represent you at any time within the claim process, even if your claim is denied. Using a Public Adjuster raises insurance claim payouts by 747 percent typically, according to a government study. Don’t fight Corporate Insurance on your own, it is The RIGHT of yours to employ your own professional adjuster.
You can hire a public claims adjuster in Maine to guide you through this frustrating practice without paying cash upfront. Filing a water, flood, fire and all of the various insurance claims is monotonous and tedious; and if you do not understand precisely what you’re engaging in, you can possibly lose out on a significant percentage of what’s owed to you, or perhaps even worse, be denied payment altogether. Noble Public Adjusting Group is able to represent you and take on all of that hassle with confidence.
There is a whole spectrum of statutes, building industry standards, case laws, and codes which is able to be employed on your behalf to make sure you’re fully restored when you have endured a loss. Figuring out how you can juggle your routine around the building project is inconvenient enough! Noble is able to deal with the insurance company for you, so you do not need to concern yourself with making an error on the paperwork, crossing fine lines with everything you say, or leaving effective tools unused. You can see status updates and notes associated with your file, right from our claim archive. When we start fighting your claim, you will receive the info you need to login; that way, though Noble is dealing with the public insurance adjusting and everything else for you, you are able to still check in to find out what is happening with the claim 24/7. If you believe you have a water or flood damage case in Maine or you have filed a case but would like a pro to negotiate a bigger settlement, ask for a free home inspection below and give us a call. We’ll go over the policy of yours, analyze the loss of yours, and respond to any questions you may have.
Saying specific phrases or words during a transaction with your insurance representative can result in your storm damage claims being denied. Your conversations with the insurance company over the telephone are often recorded, and with a single slip up of uncareful wording, you could be looking at paying for your loss out of pocket. Insurance language is similar to every other concentrated area, it is a language of its own, and also many insurance representatives are not likely to go out of their way to help you fully grasp the lingo. It’s very good to remember that Insurance is a for profit company, so the thought behind any company is to make a profit.
A lot of our what we do appears on our hit TV show “Insurance Wars”. We created this show to shed light on the actual battle between the insurance adjuster and the public adjuster to settle a claim for our clients. “Insurance Wars” allows clients to share their personal stories of their life being turned upside down after being affected by natural disasters, and in desperate need of help and advice. The misconception of public adjusters gets proven false after Noble interjects the expertise and knowledge our employees provide.
Using a public claims adjuster increases insurance claim payouts by 747% on average, according to a government study.