If your home or business has been harmed by fire and smoke damage, you might be wondering how a public adjuster can be of help. Here at SKIPTON claims management, our family-operated business specializes in aiding policyholders in the aftermath of such incidents.

As licensed public adjusters, we are trained to support policyholders when they make claims against their insurance companies. We’re well-versed in the insurance claims process, especially in terms of properly restoring fire and smoke damage claims. Our training ensures that we can offer valuable guidance to make sure you get the fair compensation you deserve for your losses.

Our team will work closely with you to examine the extent of the damage and understand the full scope of your losses. Following this assessment, we will negotiate with your insurance company on your behalf, aiming for a fair and efficient resolution of your claim.

Beyond negotiations, a public adjuster can also be of great assistance in collecting the necessary documentation and evidence to back up your claim. We’ll help you gather all the required information and bring in the necessary experts to prove your damages. At Skipton we are trained specifically in coverage interpretation, fire and smoke restoration (through the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, IICRC), the accepted industry estimating software Xactimate. Our knowledge of the claim process will get you paid quicker and more fairly than other Public Adjusters or going at it alone.

If you’ve experienced fire and smoke damage and need help with your insurance claim, reach out to SKIPTON claims management today. We offer free consultations and are eager to discuss your situation to determine the best steps forward. Don’t let an insurance company take advantage of you – trust the skilled professionals at Skipton to advocate for your rights.

What Is a Public Adjuster and When Do You Need One?

Original article written by Deborah A. Gechijian, Esq. March 26, 2024 Posted in Merlin Law Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog Since their inception, insurance companies have had one objective – to minimize payouts and mitigate risk. Insurance companies make business...

Navigating Flood and Water Damage Claims

Navigating Flood and Water Damage Claims: The Crucial Role of Public Adjusters When disaster strikes in the form of water damage, the distinction between 'flood damage' and 'water damage' in your insurance policy is not just a matter of semantics—it's the defining...