Adjuster in Insurance
An adjuster in insurance or a public adjuster is someone who works as a professional claims handler for an insured person who has suffered a loss. Public Adjusters that are licensed by the governing body in the state where the loss occurred are the only types of claims adjuster that can legally represent the rights of an insured during the insurance claims process, aside from an attorney and the broker of record. An adjuster in insurance is most beneficial to the policyholder when there is a valid claim to be paid by the insurance company and proper identification and valuation of the loss have yet to be determined.
The job of a public adjuster is to put a value on the loss of property or use of it. They will also prepare an estimate for repair or replacement of the items lost and provide any other required documentation. They go through your policy to determine coverage and then finally negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf.
A public adjuster is a representative of the policyholder who advises, manages, and submits a claim to the policyholder’s insurance company.
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