You buy insurance to protect your most valuable assets. Insurance companies provide it because it is a lucrative business model.
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?
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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