Insurance Appraiser Services for Home and Business Claims

If you don’t see eye-to-eye with your insurance company on the value of your property insurance claim during the claim adjustment process, you may have the option of invoking the appraisal clause. Because the insurance appraisal process is binding and legal, invoking this process is a decision that should be strategically planned and carefully considered. An experienced and trusted public adjuster can explain your options and rights as a consumer.

Insurance Umpire Services to Resolve Claim Disputes

Insurance appraisal is a binding alternative dispute resolution process that typically involves two independent appraisers who evaluate the claim, compare notes, and come to an agreement. When a disagreement arises between the property owner’s appraiser and the insurance company’s appraiser, an impartial umpire is suggested and agreed upon by both appraisers.