What are the best insurance adjuster secrets can you give me? One of my readers wrote… the answer is not a simple one since there are many different types of strategist out there to get you to settle for less. Since we can be talking about property damages, wage loss, pain and suffering, total loss, rental cars, and many other types of claims, I will give you the most common insurance adjuster secrets and techniques use when negotiating in general. The ones the insurance company taught me when I was working for them.
As I watched all of these items being tossed aside, shirts literally pulled apart because they were melted to the plastic hangers or each other, shoes which cost upwards of $1000 literally uncurled to read the designer, the reality of what is important came crashing down.
In typical Cena fashion, he defied all the odds and pinned the Miz with an Attitude Houston flood insurance claim. Following the match, Cena got his hands on the turncoat Dr. Ken after Piven was able to escape his clutches, and tossed him on top of several of the Lumberjacks.
Is your pet a prize purebred, with a pedigree reaching back before William of Orange? Expect more vet costs over its lifetime – it’s just a statistical fact. Perhaps this subtle factor will help you decide whether you should self-insure or go for a plan.
I was dealing only with the value of the loss. The public adjuster from the homeowner’s own company where he was an agent had hired me to perform the loss estimate.
Your contact information – cell numbers, work and home phone numbers, and temporary mailing address, and your insurance company adjuster’s contact information – cell phone, fax number, and mailing address. If it is an independent adjuster brought in to handle the volume of claims, you will need the contact information for him as well as for your regional insurance office.
Bottom line is, you have to be your own advocate. Read your insurance policy. Ask questions about items you don’t understand. Make sure you have the coverage you need and want. After a loss, it is too late!