Insurance appraisal is a binding alternative dispute resolution process that typically involves two independent appraisers who evaluate the claim, compare notes, and come to an agreement. When a disagreement arises between the property owner’s appraiser and the insurance company’s appraiser, an impartial umpire is suggested and agreed upon by both appraisers.
What Ron Says Umpires:
“While umpires are generally called in after a disagreement between the two appraisers, it’s not a bad idea to appoint an umpire early in the process. Not only can the umpire follow the proceedings as they unfold, he or she can step in quickly should a dispute arise.”
In addition to offering public adjusting and appraisal services, Insurance Claim Consultants offers umpiring services. Public loss adjusters and other types of property loss experts often work as appointed umpires to assist appraisers settle claim disputes.
With our extensive insurance, construction, and loss adjusting experience, we are often called by appraisers and property owners to act as impartial umpires during the insurance appraisal process. We employ teams experienced public adjusters and loss consultants who can be appointed as an impartial umpire during the appraisal process. We are committed to learning about your claim and the possibility of being appointed as an impartial umpire for your claim.
This advertisement is made under the public adjuster licensure of Ronald F. Delo Florida License Number: A065774
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