Insurance Claim Appraisals

Insurance Claim Appraisals

When disaster strikes, navigating the complexities of insurance claims can be overwhelming. Our team of seasoned professionals is here to relieve that burden by providing expert appraisal services custom to fit your needs. An insurance appraisal is a procedure outlined in the policy designed to settle financial disagreements between the insurance company and the policyholder. It can be invoked when both parties fail to agree on the value of a loss, allowing either side to request an appraisal.  

Whether you’ve experienced damage to your home or business, Fortitude Public Adjusters is committed to ensuring you receive the compensation you deserve

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How We Help With Insurance Claim Appraisals

Fortitude acts as an Insurance Appraiser and is an unbiased professional chosen by the policyholder. We examine the current claim and estimate the value of the sustained loss. Both the policyholder and the insurance company pick their own independent appraisers. If both appraisers agree on the loss amount, the process ends. However, if they can’t agree, they submit their differing views to an umpire for resolution.

Combs through the details for you

We read the "fine print" of your insurance policy to interpret what coverage may apply to a claim.

Shields insurance company from the appraisal process

We can determine the values for covered damages.

Helps determine value

We research, evaluate, and estimate damage to buildings, contents, and any additional expenses.

Takes all steps to develop and deliver documents

We prepare, document, and support the claim on behalf of the insured.

Experienced in commercial claims

We calculate business interruption costs, loss of income, and extra expense claims for businesses.

Works with your insurance company

We will negotiate a settlement with the insurance company on behalf of an insured to help maximize your settlement.

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An insurance claim appraisal is focused on determining the value of the property or damages, while an insurance claim adjustment is focused on evaluating the claim and determining the amount of compensation that should be paid.

An insurance claim appraisal is necessary to ensure that the property or damages are accurately valued so that the insurance company can properly assess the amount of compensation that should be paid.

Any type of property that is covered by an insurance policy can be appraised, including real estate, vehicles, and personal belongings.

Resources for Insurance Claim Appraisal

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Guide to Homeowners Insurance Policies

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Definition of Relevant Property Insurance Terms

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Differences Between Commercial and Homeowners Insurance