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When you are considering filing an insurance claim to pay for damages to your home, may sure you weigh your options. You should make sure that the damage to our property exceeds the deductible that you would have to pay to repair the home. If you don’t need to file a claim, don’t. Filing a claim may raise your insurance premiums in the future. You don’t want to end up paying more for a repair that you simply could have done yourself. If you don’t know how much damage you have actually incurred, it would be beneficial to enlist the expertise of a public adjuster.
If you find that filing an insurance claim for hail damage would be in your best interest, the public adjuster can assist you in moving forward with the claim. Public adjusters work for you, the client, and not the insurance company. The insurance company may try to dismiss your claim or give you less than what you deserve, especially if there was cosmetic damage to the property. Some insurance companies have the option to exclude payments for damages to walls, doors, roofs, and windows if they still work properly. A public adjuster will work directly with your insurance company to fight for the money that you are entitled to based on your homeowners insurance policy. After all, you should have the same quality workmanship done on the home that you had before the damage was incurred. Even cosmetic damages can affect resale value in the future- so getting them repaired is a must!
Experience is an important quality when you are looking for a public adjuster. At Platinum Public Adjusters, we pride ourselves on our high level of experience with hail damage claims. Claims for hail damage are hard to document, and both weather and diagnostic technology may have to be used in order to determine that hail could have caused the damages subject to the claim. Platinum Public Adjusters has the expertise, resources, and the ability to settle your claim for the amount you will need to get your home back to how it was before the damages were incurred.