Questions & Answers
Insurance Claim Problem, Help and Resolution in Florida
We don’t get paid, if you don’t get paid.
- Can my claim be re-opened and can you help?
I’ve already been paid, but I don’t believe I was paid the right amount; can you help recover more money?
Yes, if you have a covered loss and you feel there is additional money owed a Claim Quest adjuster can review your claim and determine if you are owed a supplement if you have not gone over the statute of limitation or signed any type of release?
- Can my policy be cancelled if I file a claim?
No, it very unlikely that your policy would be cancelled for filing a claim.
- Should I wait until I am paid to hire a Public Adjuster?
This is the number one mistake all policyholders make. Do NOT attempt to represent yourself unless you are experienced in handling first party property claims. In fact, 90% of our clients contact our company because they have already done this and in return it reduces their claim recovery by thousands, if not tens of thousands of dollars.
- Do I have to give a recorded statement for a first party property loss?
No, the Insurance Company can only make you perform an EUO (examination Under Oath)/deposition, per the insurance policy requirements.
- I have a claim problem. Doesn’t my Insurance Company just owe me for my loss? I have been insured for many years with the same company, always paying my premium on time therefore, my Insurance Company will pay my claims in full.
No, your Insurance Company does not pay claims solely based on loyalty or longevity.
- How much do I have to pay for a Public Adjuster?
A Public Adjuster gets paid when you get paid; there are no upfront expenses or hidden fees.
Claim Quest handles the analysis of the policy as part of its consultation services. Our Florida public adjusters will consider your insurance claim documentation and explain the insurance claim process. We will be diligent in recovering your insurance reimbursement to the maximum settlement for your loss of property. It is important to know your rights and responsibilities. The licensed public adjusters of Claim Quest can help.
A Public Adjuster charges a retainer fee that is regulated by the Department of Financial Services and will vary from state to state. If you require just a Consultation, additional arrangements are made and are indicated under a separate contract with you. Consultation fees may vary and are allocated on a case by case basis. Allow Claim Quest public adjusters to solve your insurance claim problems today!