Public Adjusting Services
Do you know what your insurance claim is worth?
When you file a claim, your insurance company will send an adjuster to assess your damage. However, that adjuster works for the insurance company and has a financial responsibility to the insurer, not to you.
On the other hand, a public adjuster, by law, has a financial responsibility to you. Our job as public adjusters is to ensure you receive fair and equitable compensation for your claim so you are able to return your property to its pre-loss condition.
We are property loss experts!
It is our job to know your policy even better than the person who sold it to you. We know that getting the maximum possible settlement isn’t just about reading a policy. Your claim must be properly prepared and filed in an accurate and timely manner.
We help you every step of the way until your claim is settled. Depending on your needs, we also have access to a network of experienced professionals including building consultants, inventory specialists, engineers, appraisers, accountants, and attorneys to help with your claim.
Atlantic Insurance Adjusters provides public adjusting services for residential and commercial insurance claims. We are dedicated to helping homeowners and business owners all along the East Coast get a fast and fair settlement with the least possible amount of stress.
What will our public adjusting services cover?
You will receive a free initial consultation about your property loss. We will inspect the loss site and assess the damage, including problems that may not be immediately apparent. Then, we will gather all of the data to support your claim and determine how much it will cost to rebuild and or replace everything to its original condition.
We will also handle all of the negotiations with your insurance company on your behalf and continue working for you until the settlement check is safely in your hands.
If your home, business, or commercial property sustains damage, contact us before contacting your insurance company. We can assist with properly filing your claim, coordinating the mitigation efforts, preparing a detailed assessment of your damages and finally, negotiating a fair and equitable settlement.