buy Pregabalin 300 mg cheap The function of an Appraiser in the "Insurance Claims Appraisal Process" is to provide the highest possible level of impartial professional competence, experience, knowledge, reliability, and communication to assist in the resolution of disputes in questions of "Amount of damage or Amount of settlement"
Disputes Can And Do Happen...
Over the years, the handling of insurance claims has evolved into a very streamlined process.
This well defined process generally involves many levels of insurance claims professionals exercising high degrees of professionalism and accuracy. This typically results in satisfied claimants.
Millions of insurance claims are processed every year without significant issues, disagreements, or disputes.
On occasion however, a dispute arises that cannot be addressed within the common process.
The "Insurance Claims Appraisal Process" is the tool that is generally used to resolve disagreements between the insured and the Insurance Company that are not "coverage" related.
Where Do I Go From Here?
Understanding the Insurance Appraisal Process is generally not easy or intuitive.
In fact the appraisal process can be a huge minefield of legal problems for Insurance Companies and Insureds alike.
Our company consists of an elite group of professionals who posses extensive knowledge and experience in the appraisal process.
Our Appraisers have a solid base of experience as contractors and tradesmen allowing them to understand with real world experience what is needed to take a project from insurance estimate to work completion.
This translates into the demonstrated expertise needed to educate others in industry standards and specialized construction techniques if necessary to achieve a fair result in an appraisal situation.
Simply put, we not only meet, but greatly exceed the required standard of "Competent and impartial appraiser".
Just as important, or perhaps even more important to you, we are RELIABLE and FOLLOW THROUGH with our assignments in a TIMELY MANNER and provide the NECESSARY COMMUNICATION to keep your assignment moving forward.
We have a simple code that we follow; "Set an expectation and then follow through".
Understand that this statement in no way refers to making promises about the outcome of your appraisal (That would be against the rules)
Our appraisers have worked at the top levels of many construction companies, and many have held contractor licenses in multiple states prior to transitioning into the world of insurance projects.
We require that our appraisers maintain current licenses as independent insurance adjusters. NONE of our adjusters are staff adjusters or on payroll with ANY Insurance Carrier.
While this license is not required to act as an appraiser, and is not in use while functioning as an appraiser, it does serve to ensure to all parties that our appraisers are held to the very highest standards, have passed applicable background checks, and maintain up to date knowledge of insurance and construction practices.
The average appraiser working with us has 10 years experience as an independent insurance adjuster, more than 5 years experience as a tradesman or general contractor, and ZERO experience as a STAFF adjuster for ANY CARRIER.
We understand insurance processes, construction standards, and our own role within the appraisal process.
We are here to help achieve a fair result for all parties regardless whether we are working on an assignment on behalf of an Insurance Company or an Insured.
If you have already initiated an appraisal contact us right away