Find out why Universal Property And Casualty Insurance Company was given a D rating
By: Advocate Claims Public Adjusters
Universal Property and Causalty Insurance Company services 1.3% of the Florida property insurance policies held by 78,124 policyholders, and is the 17th largest provider of residential and commercial property insurance in the State of Florida.
What is the first thing to do when your Florida residential property has been damaged? Call your insurance company, Universal Property & Casualty Insurance? Steven Venook, of Advocate Claims Public Adjusters, advises against doing that. In fact, he says this shouldn’t be your knee-jerk response. But, that’s what the insurance company tells you to do when you purchase your property insurance.
Why? Because the insurance company is out to make a profit, Universal Property & Casualty Insurance Company want you to deal with them directly for two very compelling reasons. Many people foolishly handle their own insurance claims only to be denied a settlement. With insurance claims on your claim record, Universal Property & Casualty Insurance could drop you or increase your premiums substantially, and you will have nothing to show for it!
Another reason not to call your insurance company first is that many people don’t begin to get an adequate settlement that covers their actual losses when they handle their own insurance claim. With Universal Property & Casualty Insurance Company, it may take a particularly long time to receive a settlement! Universal was given a D rating for the time it takes to pay claims, according to an article in the Sun Sentinel.
There is yet another reason why you should hire a public insurance adjuster. When you visit the claims center on Universal Property & Casualty Insurance Company Web site, you find a reassuring message that promises “No surprises. Just dependable service.” Then, they proceed to list all the things you need to do. What a headache!
After the anxiety of incurring damage to your property, the last thing you need is an additional burden of dealing with your insurance company to provide all the information and arranging repairs and so much more! You can avoid all of this stress by having a public adjuster – like Steven Venook, of Advocate Claims Public Adjusters – work on your behalf to secure a fair settlement. Venook’s clients are often surprised to learn that he doesn’t get paid unless you receive a settlement!
“Steven Venook of Advocate Claims Public Adjusters will carry out every single step involved in making a claim for property damage such as plumbing, water damage, mold damage, hurricane and wind damage, fire and smoke damage, roof damage, vandalism, theft, and lightening.” Visit Advocate Claims Public Adjusters to read testimonials.
Handling claims in Miami, Hollywood, Pembroke Pines, Fort Lauderdale, Plantation, Weston, Coral Springs, Parkland, Lighthouse Point, Deerfield Beach, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Wellington, Palm Beach, and West Palm Beach.
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