When you experience damage to your home or business, you will likely need to file an insurance claim. Once you have filed a claim, your insurance company will send out an adjuster to assess the damage and determine how much they will cover. You may be wondering, what is the difference between an insurance adjuster and a public adjuster?
An insurance adjuster is an employee of the insurance company. Their job is to protect the interests of the insurance company.
A public adjuster is a licensed professional who works on behalf of the policyholder to help them navigate the claims process and ensure they receive a proper settlement.
Here are 5 reasons Why you should hire a Public Adjuster: