Don't take on the insurance company alone
Our clients receive a much larger claim settlement from their insurance company when they work with Sill.
We are the leading public adjusting firm in the country and our team is licensed in Minnesota.
Here's what we do:
- Review your insurance policy
- Document your property damage and all contents
- Schedule meetings and handle ALL communication with your insurance company
- Finalize your settlement faster
Hiring Sill means you'll have an insurance expert on your side throughout the complicated insurance claims process.
Our team is available 24/7; call us right away for a free NO OBLIGATION review of your situation.
Public Adjusting News
Negotiating with your insurance company for a fair settlement is a crucial step in the insurance claims process. It ensures that you receive the compensation you deserve for the damages and losses you have experienced. While negotiating with insurance companies may seem intimidating, understanding the process and following some key strategies can help you navigate the negotiation effectively.
Filing an insurance claim can be a complex process, requiring attention to detail and adherence to specific guidelines. You should know that you have the right to hire a public adjuster to get help. You don't have to take on the insurance company alone.
Experiencing a fire at your property can be a traumatic and devastating experience. In addition to the emotional toll, fires can cause significant property damage and financial losses. Knowing what to do immediately after the fire, how to start your insurance claim, and why you should hire a public adjuster to assist with your insurance claim can help alleviate some of the stress and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve.
How Sill Public Adjusters Help
A public claims adjuster is a professional, licensed by each state’s department of insurance. We protect the public by serving as an advocate for the policyholder against their own insurance company throughout a property damage claim process.