If you don’t see eye-to-eye with your insurance company on the value of your property insurance claim during the claim adjustment process, you may have the option of invoking the appraisal clause. Because the insurance appraisal process is binding and legal, invoking this process is a decision that should be strategically planned and carefully considered. An experienced and trusted public adjuster can explain your options and rights as a consumer.
Call us at 800-572-7914 today or contact us online for more information on our insurance appraiser services. Our team at Insurance Claim Consultants offers top quality insurance appraiser services for business and home owners involved in claim disputes with their insurance companies for all insured loss claim types.
The appraisal process allows the property owner to bring in an independent insurance appraiser to determine the value and scope of the insurance claim. Meanwhile, your insurance company will also select and hire an appraiser of its own.
During the appraisal process, both your independent appraiser and the appraiser of your insurance company will select and agree on a neutral umpire who will act as an arbiter or “judge” in the event that they cannot agree on certain valuations. The neutral umpire will make the final determination.
At Insurance Claim Consultants, we work with experienced public adjusters and property damage appraisers who can work with you as your insurance appraiser as you go through the appraisal process. We are committed to upholding your rights as a consumer throughout the appraisal process so you can get the best value possible. Contact us today to get started.
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