If you own a home or a business, you most likely have to pay for insurance to protect your property. You may have questions about whether or not you have the right coverage.
A recent article published by Daily Invest News shared some tips for how best to negotiate with your insurance provider, especially if you suffer any type of property damage.
Without the right insurance plan, you could lose everything. Here are a few things you can do to protect yourself when dealing with an insurance company.
- Develop a long-term relationship
- Increase your deductible
- Know your policy rights
- Know when to hire a public adjuster
Before you sign up with an insurance company, you can do your research to find a reliable insurer. If you find yourself in a situation where you disagree with your insurer over a claim, it is a good idea to call a public adjuster.
A public adjuster does not work for the insurance company. Public adjusters can assist with your claim, negotiate settlement terms, and expedite any claim.
Sill is the leading public adjusting firm in North America, with offices throughout the United States and Canada. Our company has been in business for more than 90 years, and we have the experience to handle even the largest property damage claims.
When you hire Sill, we can take on every aspect of your claim, so you do not have to. Our team is licensed by your state's insurance commission. We have a team of property and contents assessors who can inspect your damage and produce a proof of loss report, which will be required by your insurance company in a claim.
If the damage occurs at a business, we also have a team of forensic accountants who can help you recover any lost revenue. This is covered under a business interruption coverage that should be part of your policy.
If you experience property damage calling Sill could save you countless hours and thousands of dollars. Our clients get the insurance settlement they deserve.
Our team is available 24/7, and you can reach us by calling 844.650.SILL.
Daily Invest News shared more advice for property owners here.