Insurance Claim Consultants offers experienced insurance mediation services to homeowners and business owners involved in property insurance claim disputes with their insurance companies.
If your insurance company offers a settlement that is not acceptable and negotiations have stalled, mediation may be an option to consider. An experienced and trusted public adjuster can advise you of all your options and rights as a consumer.
Mediation for Property Claims at a Glance
Non-binding – If you are not satisfied with outcome of mediation you can pursue other options.
Cost Effective – Mediation is a cheaper alternative to filing a lawsuit with any attorney.
Cooperative – Both parties are involved in the process in front of a neutral third-party mediator.
Efficient – Mediation proceedings are quicker and less time consuming than litigation.
The Benefits of Insurance Mediation
Insurance mediation for property claims is a non-binding process involving a neutral third party insurance mediator, a policyholder, and an insurance company representative. The mediation process is a prerequisite to litigation. Mediation can be used for any type of insured claim type such as fire insurance claims or water damage insurance claims.
If you participate in mediation, this does not necessarily mean you are headed to court. In fact, you and the insurance company may come to an acceptable agreement thereby saving you the time, hassle, and expense of a lawsuit. The outcome of mediation is non-binding, so if you find the outcome unacceptable you can pursue other options.
Experienced Insurance Mediators at Your Service
Insurance Claim Consultants employs knowledgeable and experienced insurance professionals who can serve as impartial insurance mediators for homeowner claim and business claim disputes. We are committed to helping you and your insurance reach a fair and mutually acceptable agreement.
We offer claim help and insurance mediation services in Florida, Alabama, Florida, Texas, Georgia, California, Connecticut, Alabama, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Maryland, North Carolina, New York, New Jersey, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Virginia