Is the Average Insurance Payout Low?
In a nutshell, yes. Insurance companies want to resolve your claim with as little money paid as possible. However, they also simultaneously want to frame it as though you’re getting the best deal. Most insurance coverages depict what they insure very clearly, though often policyholders do not know what they are signing up for. You may think that you have comprehensive homeowners insurance, but in practice, you may have very little room to negotiate.
This is because many new insurance policies do not actually provide adequate insurance coverage. Some popular policies only cover a 10k benefit, which can leave you in a lurch when it comes time to make an insurance claim.
It is important to get a large settlement because most damages are invisible to the eye. This means that company-appointed adjusters may not take the time to survey all the damage to your property when you file a claim. This means that you will most likely come up short when fixing damages to your property. You DO NOT want to be in this scenario.
Insurance companies will try to convince you that hiring a public adjuster is cost-prohibitive and not worth the expense. What they don’t tell you is that the settlement from a public adjuster is often so large that you will not even notice the fee. This is why we provide our customers with a free claim assessment, so you can see what exactly you qualify for and how to maximize the payout for your settlement.
Get Appraised By a Public Adjuster
The appraisal process is always worth it. You never know the extent of the damage and looking at your insurance policy line by line can be confusing and tedious. Our experts will be able to quickly assess your situation and maximize your return.