When hiring a Texas public insurance adjuster makes sense
“Public adjusters are trained to identify covered damage and estimate appropriate repair or replacement costs,” according to the Texas Association of Public Insurance Adjusters (TAPIA). “Public insurance adjusters are familiar with the insurance industry and its customs and practices. As a result, they are able to present claims in such a way as to assure the most favorable outcome for the insured.
The immediate aftermath of an insurance loss is devastating and stressful. Knowing that a public insurance adjuster is carefully documenting the damage, and working on your behalf to ensure that you get every penny you deserve under the terms of your policy, brings peace of mind during a stressful time.”
Public insurance adjusters in Texas are required to be licensed, and must follow strict guidelines set forth by the Texas Department of Insurance, including the manner in which they get paid. Most public insurance adjusters charge a percentage of the claim and the state of Texas places a cap on the percentage. There are other rules and regulations designed to assure that consumers in Texas are dealing with well educated, professional, and ethical public adjusters.
When it comes to damage assessment, experience counts!
Jason also has over 20 years of experience in the construction industry. This combination makes J.A. Lanier & Associates very capable in the field performing damage assessment tasks. Our office is equally as effective in creating detailed reports, damage scopes and line item estimates on your behalf.