Charlotte County Public Adjuster
We are leaders in public adjusting services for those affected by storm damage in Charlotte County FL.
Our role as your public adjuster is to make sure that YOUR goals, not the insurance company’s, are met.
Having A Local Charlotte County Public Adjuster On Your Side Matters!
Experienced Charlotte County Public Adjusters
In Filing Claims Successfully
The adjusters at S.W.A.T. regularly reward their clients with settlements significantly higher than what was initially offered by their insurance companies. Those settlements range from 40% to 700% more than the original offers. If you are looking for Public Adjuster Services in Charlotte County Public Adjuster in Florida – you found it!
After your home or business experiences significant damage, an insurance company is going to step in and try to make a quick settlement, which is usually well below what you deserve. A S.W.A.T. public adjuster will be able to look deeper into your claim and negotiate what you rightfully deserve. Plus, our public adjuster can even the playing field and keep insurance companies from taking advantage of policyholders.
Charlotte County Public Adjuster
We do not hire subcontractors for any storm damage and/or disaster claims adjusting services. On the contrary, we continually train our expert public adjusters in all aspects of our industry’s rules, regulations, and requirements based on maintaining a quality end result for you.
Many of our loss recovery consultants and certified public adjusters have degrees in Insurance, General Contracting, Law, and so on, with many holding a Master’s degree in their specialty field. S.W.A.T. employees are clean-cut, uniformed professionals who will solve your critical home or commercial property problem, no matter what it takes.
S.W.A.T. LLC OFFERS PUBLIC ADJUSTING SERVICES FOR CHARLOTTE COUNTY COMMUNITIES
Census-designated places (unincorporated)
Other unincorporated communities
Little Gasparilla Island
Babcock Ranch, a solar-powered community currently under construction.
WE’RE JUST A PHONE CALL AWAY
When you call a S.W.A.T. Public Adjuster, you speak directly with a service representative
– any time, no recording. We provide immediate assistance if you discover you
have found any storm damage in your home or business.
Let’s discuss the reasons a Public Adjuster is so important.
When people’s homes or businesses are lost to fire, hurricanes, or other incidents, the process of navigating insurance claims and recovery can be difficult and emotionally draining. Moreover, without the expertise in filing a claim, consumers often are at an extreme disadvantage.
Why Public Adjusting?
After a major storm, having personalized expert assistance (i.e. Public Adjusters) provide in preparing and adjusting a claim, allows the property owner to receive an accurate analysis of their circumstance and policyholder rights as early as possible.
The primary reason a Public Adjuster is hired is to help the policyholder fully recover from their insurance company, for all covered damages sustained in the event of a loss. Public Adjusters inspect all areas to demonstrate the entire impact of the loss-producing event.
Public Adjusters will typically be more complete in their damage analysis than their insurance company counterparts or the inexperienced policyholder on his or her own because they are trained for it, provide a personalized service with that concept in mind, and because they do not receive any fees until policyholders receive their claims reimbursement.
Public Adjusters share a similar interest with the policyholder in achieving the most accurate comprehensive claim payment possible, and in an expedited manner that results in payments to policyholders.
After Disaster Strikes
The Public Adjuster…
Provides immediate claims-handling assistance to the insured.
Provides immediate direction as to what to do and what happens next.
Provides direction concerning reasonable and necessary mitigation efforts.
Helps the policyholder fulfill all obligations placed upon them by the insurance policy conditions entitled, “Duties in the Event of Loss”. Along with many other job functions handled on a case-by-case basis.