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Why Millennials Should Not Trust Virtual Claim Adjusting

Millennials tend to be new first time home buyers. Never having experienced making an insurance claim for their new home. Recent insurance company polls suggest that millennials like the ease of texting and photographing their damages with their cell phone and getting their claim resolved using technology. Insurance carriers sometimes calls this process of claim…

Advanced 360 Technology

Advanced 360 Technology Enhances Insurance Claim Documentation

Advocate Claims Public Adjusters a Florida Public Adjusting Company invests in the latest technology to better tell your insurance claim story. Our newest 360-degree camera allows us to take 360 photos of each room in your property.  This gives us the ability to create an actual video presentation of walking thru your home, condominium or…

Filing a Homeowner’s Insurance Claim for Kitchen Damage

Filing a Homeowner’s Insurance Claim for Kitchen Damage

As a homeowner, it is important to know where issues primarily arise in a home so that you can take measures to avoid them. Public adjusters in Parkland, Florida know that most Florida homeowners are concerned about hurricane damage since it is relatively unpredictable each year. Along with hurricanes, Florida homeowners worry about flooding from…

What to Do When Your Homeowner’s Insurance Claim Is Denied

What to Do When Your Homeowner’s Insurance Claim Is Denied

Imagine paying several hundred or even thousands of dollars on your homeowner’s insurance coverage, only to file a claim and have it denied or have the settlement delayed – leaving you with a dent in your bank account or having to obtain a loan in order to make the repairs in the meantime. According to…

Can the Insurance Company Treat Me Differently if I Hire a Public Adjuster?

When the unfortunate time comes to file a residential or commercial property insurance claim, a lot of individuals wonder if hiring a professional to help streamline the process will actually hinder them in the eyes of their insurance company. Luckily, this is not typically the case. In fact, that great saying “the squeaky wheel gets…

Why Does My Insurance Check Have the Mortgage Company Name on It?

After going through the entire process of filing a homeowner’s insurance claim with your South Florida public adjuster, you may notice that your insurance check has your mortgage company’s name on it, and be curious why.  Although you may think you own your home, in reality, if you have a mortgage, the mortgage company has…

Steps to Filing Residential Property Insurance Claims

In the event that tornado, hurricane, wind, fire, or any physical damage is done to your home, filing a residential property insurance claim may seem daunting – but it doesn’t have to be. Steven Venook at Advocate Claims Public Adjusters in South Florida has been servicing property insurance claims on behalf of the insured for…

Recovering from a Tornado: Post-Loss Checklist

Recovering from a tornado is not just about your home. Make sure that your family is safe and that no one has been hurt. When you find your way out of your home, make sure that there are no hazards outside that could harm you or your family, such as downed powerlines. In the event…

Do I Have to Use Insurance Company Contractors?

When filing a homeowner’s insurance claim, your insurance company or agency may recommend preferred vendors that they have done business with in the past. Most homeowners are curious as to whether or not they have to use their insurance company’s contractors – the simple answer is no. The very first thing to keep in mind…