What Can a Loss Adjuster Do? | Public Loss Adjusters

Public loss adjusters

Public Loss Adjusters are here to help you with your insurance claim process – they make the whole ordeal a lot easier to deal with. They talk to your insurers directly for you, sPublic Loss Adjusterso it takes the hassle and the stress away from you. With them directly speaking to your insurer, it also ensures that they give you the right price for your damaged property. This is to make sure that all costs associated with repairs are completely covered, so your property is returned back to its pre-accident state.

Public Loss Adjusters work for you, not your insurer, so you can be certain that when they are carrying out their work they always have your best interests at heart. PLA always want you to get the best out of your insurance policy.

Public Loss Adjusters will work on your behalf at absolutely no cost to you – this requires you to choose the contractor that Public Loss Adjusters have partnered up with. However, if you do not wish to choose their designated contractor then they are able to offer their help for 10% + VAT of the settlement fee. If you have any questions or enquiries about our work or what we can offer, then please visit our website at https://www.publiclossadjusters.com/ or please do not hesitate to call our specialist team on 08000 434 999.

Why choose public loss adjusters

You should choose Public Loss Adjusters to oversee your work because with them and the contractors they provide they have vast experience in this line of work so they know what you want and also how to deal with the insurance company’s for you.

Another factor to keep in mind is that Public Loss Adjusters work only for you, which means that they are not trying to save the insurance company money. They are trying to restore your property back to its pre-loss state, which means that they endeavour to get every penny you deserve for your property from your insurance company.

Another benefit of choosing Public Loss Adjusters is that we work on a no win no fee basis – if you don’t win your settlement then you won’t pay a penny.