If you’re not ready to hire a public adjuster then start by getting at least two repair estimates from licensed and reputable general contractors. The estimates should detail the cost to rebuild your home to it’s pre-loss condition. Do not sign any work authorization contract until you and the insurance company agree upon a damage value.
Lastly, compile a list of personal property or business property that was damaged by the hurricane. This should be done on a spreadsheet and include details such as the item description, age, quantity and cost to replace.
If you have property damage then a trusted public adjuster can advise you of what type of insurance claim to file.
Often times, insurance companies are too slow or incorrectly underpay and even deny hurricane claim settlements. It’s your right to have your claim assessed, adjusted and settled in a timely and fair manner. We can help.
This advertisement is made under the public adjuster licensure of Ronald F. Delo Florida License Number: A065774
Toll-Free 24/7: (800) 572-7914
Fax: (877) 679-6485
711 S. Howard Avenue
Tampa, FL 33606
10279 Front Beach Rd.,
Suite 102 Panama City Beach,
11152 Westheimer Rd.,
#884 Houston, TX