If you're wondering "Can a Closed Insurance Claim be Reopened" Florida residents trust Action Public Adjusters for their reliable guidance and support. For a period of up to three years after filing your initial claim, you are entitled to reopen that claim if you feel that your compensation was not adequately calculated. Often, the adjusters assigned by your insurance company may pressure clients to take a settlement that is lower than what is deserved, or they only calculate value based on visible damage. It is not uncommon that damage that is concealed behind walls or under cabinets is not accounted for when evaluating your home or business damages. It is important to document these additional damages when you discover their existence in order to support your additional claim.
Did you know the period in which insurance claims can be reopened is within three years of reporting a loss? So if you believe you did not receive the maximum settlement amount you deserve, give us a call. WE CAN HELP YOU!
At Action Public Adjusters, we understand that filing insurance claims can be a frustrating and complex process, so we are there for you to answer any questions, including "can a closed insurance claim be reopened?" Oftentimes, the initial settlement may not cover the full extent of the damages that you have encountered and by documenting these additional findings, it is within your rights to approach the insurance companies to amend your claim. Led by owner/operator Joel Anidjar, our professional adjusters are available to advocate on your behalf and negotiate with the insurance company to ensure that your valid claim is heard. Give us a call today and speak to one of our multi-lingual team members in English, French, Spanish, or Hebrew.
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Whether you're a home owner or a business owner, making the right decisions from the very beginning is critical to getting what is due you. Part of making the right decision is to acquire a Public Adjuster to represent you and take on your insurance company head on, instead of representing yourself.
Why? Because we have years of experience and know all the tactics and loop holes that your insurance company may try to use to their benefit.
You can trust Action Public Adjusters of South Florida to help guide you through the claims process and make sure that your claim is settled the way it should be, to benefit you and NOT your insurance company.