It’s just not right when insurance companies don’t pay your insurance claim fairly. Policyholders trust the skilled public adjusting firm, Insurance Claim Recovery Support to settle insurance claims risk free, fairly and avoid unnecessary litigation.
We’re state licensed with over 10 years of experience, $100M in settlements, work on contingency and have great references. We’ve only had 2 claims in 10 years that had to sue in court , both were churches and both prevailed. We’re not high pressure salespeople or time wasters. We do know how to settle large and complex insurance claims and we’re good at helping policyholders avoid unnecessary lawsuits.
If your home or building has insurable damages exceeding $200,000.00, please consider retaining us. When damage first occurs to your property, most people’s initial natural response is to “wait and see” what happens with their insurance claim settlement. This timeframe is what we refer to as the “Hope Stage”. During this time, a Policyholder hopes that if they wait patiently long enough, call the adjuster enough times and tell them what they think they’re owed, then they will have an experience like they see on television ads for insurance companies and live happily ever after.
However, more sinister forces may be at work trying to delay or deny your insurance claim. Behind nearly every insurance claim lies an army of insurance company Adjusters, Claims Administrators, Examiners, Engineers, Building Consultants, Labs, Actuaries, Appraisers and Defense Attorneys who all work on of behalf representing or assisting your Insurer. Some of these insurance claim experts work very hard on a daily basis for the interests of their gigantic insurance company employers and take great measures to protect their bottom line. Don’t forget that your Policy is a contract and its language, endorsements, exclusions and provisions were written by an big insurance company that not only knows the rules of the road, they either wrote them in your policy or helped create them in the insurance code statutes.