As a restoration and mitigation contractor, you’re often the first one on the scene when a homeowner or business owner experiences considerable destruction to their property, such as flood, fire or hurricane damage. You’re helping your clients with damage assessment and clean up. You’re preserving and protecting your client’s home or business along with the contents inside that suffered damage.
You have expertise in inspection, cleaning, restoration, and preservation. You also have experience in dealing with insurance companies on deductibles and property values. Negotiating with the insurance company and filing claims is critical to the restoration process and your client’s peace of mind. Combining your expertise with the restoration process and our claim filing and negotiating abilities, we can get our clients back on their feet.
When a property is damaged, and lives are impacted, people deserve to be surrounded by a team of professionals working to achieve the optimum results for the affected individuals. By using us as a restoration contractor referral and working together as a team, we can provide our clients with the proficiency and experience in both the restoration and insurance claims fields. Together, we can bring our clients the expertise and professionalism they need.
Have you ever experienced any of these pain points that could benefit from the help of a public adjuster?
- You start a job and the owner is confused by the claims process and starts to google or ask for help, often recommending a different cleaning company or public adjuster? Getting United involved would have allowed us to educate the client on their rights and give them the big picture, the client would have never been looking for help elsewhere.
- Your restoration company or remediation company may be a small company and the loss is overwhelming and too complex for you to manage and you want an experienced public adjuster to ensure everything goes smooth before the insurance company recommends a bigger or more experienced company to the owner.
- Your remediation company lacks full expertise and would rather an experienced public adjuster to hold the clients hands and manage the file to ensure a quick payment for the owner, but more importantly the mitigator.
- Your remediation company was hired by the owner, but the scope that they want to perform is not being approved by the insurance company and their hands are tied and the homeowner, business owner or landlord will now have secondary damages for failure to mitigate and they don’t want liability for the same. You want a public adjuster who can review the policy, see if there is coverage for asbestos, mold, lead whether it’s for testing or the actual remediation. You want someone to be a CLAIM EXPEDITOR.