Expert Witnesses are an integral component of the litigation process. They are typically the only people who are able to provide an opinion under oath.
Would you want an Expert Witness that's quick to say yes to any assignment presented to them? Yes, without how, means nothing. How are they qualified? How do they communicate with the principals? How do they show their work in their reports? How do they articulate their findings verbally?
Areas of Insurance Expertise:
* Claim File Review
* Restoration Estimating
* Insurance Appraisal
* Insurance Inspections / Restoration Estimates
* Insurance Bad Faith / Good Faith
* Insurance Claim Handling Standards
* Unfair / Fair Claim Settlement Practices
* Property & Casualty Insurance (P&C)
* Risk Management
* Life & Health Insurance (L&H)
A Public Adjuster is a professional claims handler/claims adjuster who advocates for the insured/policyholder in assisting and negotiating that insured's insurance claim. This includes residential, and commercial claims.
Should my insurance company not pay for my covered repairs?
In a lot of instances, they do... with the right help, and documentation.
What if I already filed a claim, and was partially, or fully denied?
That's OK! Even if it's been 3 years since the original claim denial or low settlement offer; I can possibly still help.
What do I have to pay you if my claim gets denied?
NOTHING. I only get paid if you get paid!
How do I know if you can help?
Every journey begins with the first step; and your first step, is to schedule a FREE consultation with me.
The appraisal process is the method of resolving disputes regarding the amount of loss specified in property insurance policies. Appraisal services will be provided to you per the terms of the appraisal clause of the insurance policy, to address your damages as a competent, and independent insurance appraiser, or insurance umpire.