Filing home insurance claims can be tricky. You may have received a lump sum of money from your insurance that you believed was enough, but realized later down the line that you needed more money to completely repair or replace the damaged property. When you didn’t get paid enough, you can re-open the insurance claim and file a supplemental claim if you believe you were underpaid for your initial claim. Even better, you are given 5 years to do so!
What is a Supplemental Insurance Claim?
If you believe your insurance company owes you more money that was allotted to you, our professional team of attorneys can help you! We offer a free insurance claim assessment and policy review before we take any action. This way, we can give you an estimation of what the insurance company is entitled to giving you. By calculating and looking over all the previous documents, damages, receipts, losses, and more we will have all the information needed to submit a supplemental claim to your insurance company.
This supplemental claim is there to get you back all the money you lost or had to pay out of pocket for the damage. Or if you repaired the damage with the money you received from your insurance company, but there were additional damages discovered later that was not paid for by the insurance company. Whatever your situation, we are here to help you get back the money that is owed to you.
Why Would My Insurance Offer Me a Low Settlement?
Because claims are a loss for insurance companies, they will try to offer settlements that are lower than the amount they are supposed to offer. Because there are some individuals who simply accept the money without a second guess, they are not experiencing much of a loss. However, at Cohen Public Adjusters, we don’t let our clients settle. You are entitled to an amount that will correct all the damages that are inquired.
We are here to help you receive a fair settlement to cover your damages. Our team of expert public adjusters can even assist you if your claim was denied. When you file an insurance claim with a public adjuster in Hollywood, FL, insurance companies are more likely to take the claim seriously. We pay attention to all the minor details you may miss on your own and we have the knowledge to advice you and represent you. Contact us at (954) 371-2098.