Public Adjuster in VA, WV, MD, NC

Insurance companies have professionals working hard on their side. Shouldn’t you?

Isn’t it time your best interests came first with property insurance claims?

What is a Public Adjuster?



Insurance Claim Appraisers and Public Claims Adjusters

We help policyholders process their claim with ease.

Allclaims Pro, LLC is a licensed, bonded, and insured Public Adjusting firm that advocates for you: the public. As a Public Adjuster, we work to ensure that your best interests are met when working with insurance carriers on your property claims.

A Trusted Public Adjusting Firm

I Recommend Them To Anyone

The entire process was completely handled and ran very smoothly from beginning to end. Allclaims Pro made certain that the Railway Mail Service Library was fully compensated for everything I was owed from the hail storm loss that occurred last May, all while removing stress, uncertainty, and concern that usually occurs when filing an insurance claim!

Frank Sheer

Everyday thousands of people file claims for property damage.

A Public Adjusting Company That Will Fight For You

Unfortunately, everyday, many people are denied the coverage to which they are entitled. At Allclaims Pro, our team of experts evaluates the claim on the policyholder’s behalf, sparing you the stress of having to deal directly with the insurance carrier, and giving you the peace of mind knowing that your claim will be properly assessed and handled.

Our Public Adjusters Can Help You With The Following Property Losses

National Public Adjusting Company

Serving These Locations

Allclaims Pro is licensed to operate as public adjusters in VA, WV, MD, and NC.

Public Adjusting Resources

How Much Does a Public Adjuster Charge?

How Much Does a Public Adjuster Charge?

If you think that you deserve more money for your insurance claim than your insurance company is willing to pay you, you may already be considering hiring a public adjuster. One thing you may not understand, however, is how much does a public adjuster charge?

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How Are Public Adjusters Paid?

How Are Public Adjusters Paid?

There are several ways in which public adjusters can be paid: through a flat rate, an hourly rate or a contingency fee. It is important to determine which payment form you will be using with your public adjuster before they begin working on your case.

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