About Us

WHAT

Claims Aid Consultants public adjusters are licensed, bonded and state regulated insurance professionals who provide claim adjusting services exclusively for policy holders.

WHEN

Disputes between a policy holder and their insurance company are common. Policy holders don’t have the experience required to meet a number of policy conditions and statutory requirements to avoid claim denials. Hiring a professional public adjuster will ensure that you receive a fair and just compensation when you suffer a loss.

A study by the Office of Program Policy and Government Accountability (OPPAGA) published in January of 2010, confirmed policy holders with public adjusters for non catastrophic losses receive on average a 547% increase on compensation for their claims. On catastrophic losses the number jumps to a 747% increase.

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WHY

“Many people describe their insurance claim experience as a full time job. Negotiating a fair claim settlement can be very challenging, especially after an emotionally devastating catastrophe. If you rely completely on your insurance company to calculate the amount of damage and your’re owed, you’re unlikely to recover a full or fair settlement.”

– Amy Bach, Co-founder of United Policyholders

“Over forty percent of businesses do not reopen after a disaster. Of those that reopen, only twenty-nine percent were still operating after two years.”

-Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)

“If you experience a sizable loss, consider hiring a public insurance adjuster who will file and submit your claim on your behalf. These adjusters often have years of experience on the private insurance side and work to get homeowners the best settlement possible.”

-Angie Hicks, Founder of Angie’s List®

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