Original article written by Deborah A. Gechijian, Esq. March 26, 2024

Posted in Merlin Law Property Insurance Coverage Law Blog

What is a public adjusterSince their inception, insurance companies have had one objective – to minimize payouts and mitigate risk. Insurance companies make business decisions predicated upon their bottom line and their ratings. Consumers often find themselves under the misapprehension that just because they have insurance, they will be covered for any loss. Fair and reasonable settlement offers that are expected are often unreasonable and pale in comparison to the true loss a policyholder suffers. A public adjuster can level the playing field by advocating for your interests. These professionals understand the complexities of insurance policies and can help policyholders in a number of ways.

In this post, we cover what you need to know about public adjusters, when to consider hiring one, and how to find the right one for your situation.


What Is a Public Adjuster?

What Does a Public Adjuster Do?

What Is the Difference Between a Public Adjuster and an Insurance Adjuster?

Should You Hire a Public Adjuster?

How Much Does a Public Adjuster Cost?

How Do I Find a Reputable and Ethical Public Adjuster?

What Are Some Questions To Ask Before Hiring a Public Adjuster?

What Are the Benefits of Using a Public Adjuster?

What Can I Expect if I Hire a Public Adjuster?

Public Adjuster FAQs

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