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Disaster Recovery Adjusters, LLC

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Disaster Recovery Adjusters - Appraisal

What is an "Appraisal"?

APPRAISAL
If the policyholder and the insurance company fail to agree on the amount of loss, either party by written request can demand that the amount is set by appraisal. Each party shall select a competent and disinterested appraiser to review the claim value and policy coverage. The two appraisers will then select a competent, impartial Umpire. If the two appraisers cannot agree on an Umpire within 15 days, either party can request a Judge to appoint one.

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Below are some examples of when an appraisal might be right for you:

  • Do you disagree with the amount your insurance company paid out on your claim loss?
  • Have you received a settlement that is not fair to the value of the damages?
  • Do you believe the damages are not salvageable and should be replaced, but your insurance company wants to repair?
  • Do you have property damage but your insurance company disagrees?
  • Does it feel like your claim is not progressing and no one is communicating with you?
  • Have you been denied because your insurance company says your damage is less than your deductible?

Reach out to us and we will be happy to help you further with our expert assistance and knowledge.

Appraisers and Umpires are often experienced Adjusters or General Contractors. General Contractors bring a wealth of knowledge in understanding the required repairs and estimated costs. Public Adjusters bring an expert understanding of the insurance claims process. Disaster Recovery Adjusters LLC brings these two worlds together offering a wealth of knowledge in understanding the insurance process, required repairs, estimated costs, and certified as Insurance Claims Appraisers and Umpires. This makes Disaster Recovery Adjusters LLC the number one choice when seeking expert assistance in the insurance claim appraisal process.