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Last Post 07/28/2011 1:37 PM by  Ray Hall
Why Should You Hire a Public Adjuster to Settle You’re Claims?
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07/26/2011 8:12 AM

     When you have a business of your own you are bound to have some business misgivings. The company you put up will incur some amount of loss through the years. You may not be qualified enough to deal with these losses yourself and the insurance company may try to get the better of you. This could bring you down and you may end up not getting the best out of the insurance deal that you have. Insurance policies may not be the most easy to comprehend and you may come across many terms that confuse you.

    The idea is to manage to extract from the insurance company the maximum that you can for your losses. The insurance company on the other hand tries its level best to give you the least possible figure. Negotiating is an integral part of the claim and can be carried out in a more fruitful manner if you are well up on your subject. The insurance company too will have an property adjuster speaking on their behalf.
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    Leland
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    07/27/2011 7:30 PM
    Dear Brian,

    The best public adjusters have a strong command of the English language which they use to craft compelling arguments on behalf of the insured. If you are trying to convince insureds to use your service I suggest that you develop some of those skills. This is also not the place to advertise- try the classifieds.

    You have also just insulted most of the professionals on this board. The truth is there are many public adjusters more qualified than yourself that aren't capable of presenting a claim for everything the insured deserves. We frequently have to point out things to the PAs that they don't know to ask for, even though they claim to be experts worth 10%, 20%, or even 35% of the claim amount.

    If you really want to be successful as a PA you might want to ask us some questions rather than disparage us in a futile attempt to advertise to a market that doesn't exist on this board.
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    Ray Hall
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    07/28/2011 1:37 PM

     I I was a young staff adjuster and an a very good PA from Cleveland , Ohio shot down my co-insurance work up(penalty) on a million $ machine shop fire. Since then I have made a lot of $$ as an IA when the policyholder had a good PA put all the loss in the loss in the claim. You are going to change the world..... just roll with wind.

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