Insurance Appraiser Services for Home and Business Claims
If you and your insurance company cannot agree to the value of your property insurance claim during the claim adjustment process, then invoking the appraisal clause may be an option. Since insurance appraisal process is binding and legal, the decision should be carefully and strategically considered. A trusted and experienced public adjuster should explain your options and rights as a consumer.
Insurance Claim Consultants offers experienced insurance appraiser services to home owner and business owners involved in claim disputes with their insurance companies for all insured loss claim types.
How the Appraisal Process Works
The appraisal process allows the property owner to select and hire an independent insurance appraiser to determine the scope and value of the insurance claim. The insurance company will also select and hire their own appraiser to justify its position.
During the appraisal process, the two appraisers will select and agree on a neutral umpire who will act as an arbitrator or “judge” in the event the two appraisers cannot agree on certain claim items or valuations. The neutral umpire makes the final determination.
Insurance Appraiser Services at a Glance:
Analyze – We analyze all claim-related materials and supporting documentation
Investigate – We re-investigate damages, often utilizing the latest in infrared & claim technology
Develop – We develop our own damage assessments and estimates to support our analysis and investigation.
Consult – We consult with engineers, contractors and other professionals to ensure we have all the data and information to support our claim presentation.
Act – We act as your selected insurance appraiser and present our findings to the other side.
Experienced Insurance Appraisers at Your Service
Insurance Claim Consultants employs experienced public adjusters and property damage appraisers who can be hired as your insurance appraiser during the appraisal process. We are committed to learning about your claim and upholding your rights as a consumer during the appraisal process.