Fire Damage Insurance Claims Public Adjuster in Florida

Fire Damage Public Adjuster 6 - ProFloridianWhy You Need a Fire Public Adjuster

In 2016, according to the U.S. Fire Administration, 29.1% of all fires occurred on residential property and 8.3% of all fires occurred on non-residential property. In 2017, the total number of fires was 1,319,500, and the total estimated property damage value was $23 billion.

Your property could get completely wiped out just by one fire. Either that or a fire could damage your property so severely that it becomes uninhabitable. For this reason, it is important that you do everything possible to extinguish a fire before it spreads throughout your property and causes extensive damage to it. 

Fire prevention and fire damage prevention should always be practiced. Whether you own a residential or commercial property, make sure you have a fire alarm and fire extinguisher readily available. In fact, a fire alarm in every room of your home or building is a good start. Then have a fire extinguisher mounted onto the wall of your hallway or kitchen.

Do not try to fight a big fire by yourself. Fire extinguishers are meant for putting out small fires before they spread. But if your fire has already spread, evacuate everyone in the building immediately and call 9-1-1 to report the fire. You should have police cars and fire trucks to the scene in a matter of minutes.

Once the fire is completely extinguished, you will be questioned by police and fire investigators about the incident. They will conduct their own analysis of the scene to determine if your story coincides with the evidence they find in the damaged remains of your property.

Insurance companies tend to be highly skeptical when they receive a fire damage claim. Most insurance fraud cases revolve around false fire damage claims by people who purposely started their own fires in order to collect the insurance money. That is why an investigation into fire damage claims takes a lot longer for insurance companies to complete.

When your insurance company makes a decision on your claim, you’ll want it to be the maximum compensation possible. Don’t let them try to lowball you on the amount of compensation, especially if your entire house was destroyed.

Hire a Public Adjuster

ProFloridian Public Adjuster has been assisting people for years with their fire damage insurance claims. There are a lot of complexities involved with these claims, which is why you need professional representation when dealing with your insurance company regarding your claim.

When you hire one of our public adjusters to assist you, we will want a complete list of everything that was damaged and photographs of these damages. If anyone got injured in the fire, we’d want photographs and information about those injures as well. Other important documents we’ll need include police reports, medical reports, and witness testimonies.

Don’t worry if you cannot provide all of these materials. Our public adjusters can take photographs and research the necessary reports if you don’t have them readily available. Once we have a complete scope of what took place during the fire, we can negotiate with the insurance claims adjuster to come to a reasonable deal. If you haven’t filed your claim yet, we can do that on your behalf as well. In fact, we would prefer to handle it that way in order to deal with the claims adjuster from beginning to end.

Call or email us for a free consultation and price estimate on our services.

Florida Fire Damage Claims Public Insurance Adjusters
ProFloridian Claims Consultants services Fort Lauderdale, Miami-Dade, Broward, West Palm Beach, Boca Raton, Miramar, and all surrounding areas and cities in South Florida, and much of Orlando and Tampa, FL for all your fire damage adjusting needs.

Exceptional Fire Damage Insurance Claims Professionals

  • We get paid when you get paid
  • Free home inspection
  • Receive a free claim analysis
  • With you from start to finish
  • No recovery no fee

Contact us for more information, call (954) 588-7416.

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