First we conduct a complimentary phone interview to assess your claim potential. If indicated, we schedule an on site complimentary visit to conduct a visual inspection.
After we conduct the visual inspection we will review any existing documentation. Then we will discuss your responsibilities, risks and review the claim potential for your property damage. If we think we can assist, we will explain and review our no out of pocket fee arrangement agreement with you.
When you hire us to represent you we can contact your carrier to file the claim for you. We will schedule the initial on site inspection with them. If it is an established claim we will discuss with your carrier what documentation and actions are needed by them.
If your claim is covered, we will review the documentation provided by your carrier to assess what, if anything, has been omitted or underpaid. We often find payment shortfalls. We will provide selected reports or documentation at our expense if needed from which we will work to negotiate additional payments.
Our goal is to obtain payment as quickly as possible from your carrier that we think they should pay for your property loss that conforms to what your policy requires!
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“We felt we were significantly underpaid [by our insurance coverage] and wanted a second opinion. Priority Adjusters revised the estimate of damage cost occurrence and were able to recover $3,421.36 more for our benefit. Priority Adjusters are absolutely brilliant in their profession and I will recommend them to all my friends and contacts.”Yul G.
“I hired Priority Adjusters to avoid dealing with insurance companies directly. [Priority Adjusters] managed to act like my agent. I did not even show up when insurance adjuster examined the damaged area. If someone is considering hiring Priority Adjusters, I would say for sure do it. You will save you’re self a lot of headache.”Parvaneh S.
“I was very comfortable with [Prioirity Adjuster’s] knowledge and explanation of what to expect with my insurance company. Insurance companies usually try to cut corners on cost, but Priority Adjusters got us more money than the insurance company was offering. I would contact them before contacting my insurance company for best results.”T. McGuire