Jersey Shore Hurricane Sandy Insurance Claim

What is the fastest way to handle flood claims? Call a Public Adjuster!

Have you have recently endured the wrath of Hurricane Sandy, and then went through the process of filing an insurance flood claim, only to have your claim under-paid?

Maybe your insurance offer was just too low to be realistic? You knew that the insurance company wasn’t offering the full amount to fix the damages to your property.

At this point you have 2 options:

  1. One option that you have is to call an attorney to represent your case, pay him up-front costs, and wait to go through the legal system. This will cost you time and money.

    In the meantime, you must try to go on about your life as if nothing has happened, while an attorney tries to argue your case for you. Based on the time and money expense, we suggest that you try other options, first.

    There is a better, cheaper, faster way to handle insurance claims without using attorneys.

  2. Another option is to call a Public Adjuster, and get a second opinion of your claim value. A public adjuster will give you the truth of what you are really entitled to receive!

    Public adjusters will review your claim and offer several options that can help you. A public adjuster works for you, not the insurance company! They will assist you in getting a full settlement. Since Advocate Claims has many years of past experience in the insurance industry, they will be able to suggest new options and find solutions that you weren’t even aware of!

    Public Adjusters know the technical language of insurance filing, and can work for you re-filing your insurance flood claim the right way! If your insurance claim settlement offer was too low, call Advocate Claims Public Adjusters to help.

Attorney Testimonial:

“A very knowledgeable and aggressive public adjuster! Advocate Claims has represented a number of my clients in a very professional manner. I would highly recommend his services.”
Harold B. Klite
Truppman, Attorney, Harold B. Klite Truppman, P.A.

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