Tropical Storm & Hurricane Damage Claims Handled By A Public Adjuster

Filling hurricane damage claims can be a full-time job, requiring more time and energy than most people realize. Property owners must document every single loss, answer complicated questions concerning the source of damage and negotiate a fair settlement. Any accidental omissions or missteps can result in a lower payout amount. The insurance companies will send out their adjusters which represent their best interest. A public adjuster, on the other hand, represents you and their job is to get you every dollar to which you’re entitled. Public adjusters know how to document claims, interpret insurance policies and argue for a fair settlement.

After a hurricane or tropical storm hits, property owners should immediately call a public adjuster. An experienced Florida public adjuster can be there to advocate for you and your property to reclaim funds needed to fix, repair and replaced damages to your property when it comes to wind and hurricane damage claims. The public adjusters at The People’s Choice Public Adjuster have extensive experience dealing with hurricane damage claims and can streamline the entire process so that you can begin repairs and renovations as soon as possible. We will schedule reliable and accurate damage inspections in a timely and efficient manner from reputable companies that work for you.

Florida has recently been experiencing more frequent and intense hurricane seasons. Due to climate change, more hurricanes, rain, and flooding seem to be in the forecast for Florida, which all cause sea levels to rise. Rising sea levels mean greater damage from storm surges during hurricanes such as Hurricane Michael and Hurricane Irma. Warmer sea surface temperatures could also intensify tropical storm and hurricane wind speeds, potentially delivering more damage. In particular, the Tampa Bay and Miami areas are some of the most vulnerable metropolitan areas in the United States to storm surge from a hurricane or tropical storm.

Hurricanes are the most damaging of natural disasters, causing high winds, storm surges, and extreme rainfall. Major hurricanes that make landfall can cause massive amounts of damage such as the destruction of beachfront homes and boats, automobile damage, and enormous infrastructure catastrophes. Residents in Florida are no strangers to the devastating effects of a hurricane or tropical storm. Unfortunately, insurance companies can act in bad faith and offer quick payoffs that are not substantial enough to cover all damages.

Hire A Florida Public Adjuster

If you are a Florida resident, it is key to secure the services of a Florida public adjuster before a storm hits. Our team of experienced public adjusters will handle the back and forth, questions endless forms and the negotiations process. We will educate you on how insurance policies are enforced when it comes to hurricane damage and what the means for your settlement. Our adjusters will also guide you on the proper protocol for repairs and documenting expenses and damage caused by storms. If you are a Florida resident and you are currently dealing with a hurricane damage claim, then give the claim experts at The People’s Choice Public Adjusters a call at 888-416-8227.

WHY CHOOSE The People’s Choice Public Adjuster?

  • Combined experience of more than 50 years means you benefit from the knowledge and expertise to obtain the maximum entitlements under your policy.

  • Our fee is based upon a percentage of the insurance company's settlement to you. There are no upfront fees for our services and if you don’t get paid, neither do we.

  • Your insurance company’s adjusters are trained professionals who represent the insurance company’s interest. You can protect yourself by retaining a public adjuster whose sole responsibility is to serve you and secure the payment you deserve according to your policy.

  • We offer a comprehensive, professional service that begins with our free claim inspection


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