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Public Adjusters & Attorneys Unite

Tagged: General, Legal

    If you have suffered from a major disaster or loss, such as a flood, fire, windstorm or even worse a natural disaster such as a hurricane, then you understand the troubles and emotional stress that can be incurred. After the loss the next days are spent trying to deal with the damages and keeping care of your family there can be barely enough time to handle it all. This is when it is clear that the help of a professional could be greatly beneficial. In these sorts of scenarios attorneys and public adjusters can be a huge help in getting you back into shape. So now the question may be; how can one of these public adjusters and/or attorneys help? Each of the two plays a vital part in helping policy holders through these tough times, but they do this in different ways. You as the policy holder should know the ways in which each of these entities can benefit you and when to choose one, the other or both. The important thing to note is that attorneys and public adjusters both represent your rights legally while the insurance‚Äôs attorneys and independent adjusters solely stand for the insurance companies, not you, no matter how they may try to sell it.

What the Hail

Tagged: General, How To, Misc

The storm season is upon us along with all the problems it can create too. Hail storms have been troubling thousands of homeowners recently and for many leaving a lasting impression. Damage caused by hail can be a tricky one to spot as in many cases the damage is not easily seen. Hail can cause damage to underlying shingles and siding that would not be detectable without proper inspection from an expert. If you or your business was recently affected by heavy storms or hail you may be wondering how to be sure and what to do in the event you do have damage. The Public Insurance Adjusters Association and our experienced members are here to assist in any way. Below is set of steps to help determine if you have damage to your property and the next steps to take towards filing a claim.

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