How Can ACS Help Property Owners?
Many policyholders just like you asked the same questions: Will I recover enough to rebuild? How do I estimate my loss? Can I do this myself? Can my claim get denied? All your uncertainty can be a thing of the past with the professional assistance of our public adjusters. Read more...
When Should You Contact ACS?
IMMEDIATELY! Do not wait! The sooner you contact us, the better the results will be with claim process.
Services Available To Clients:
How Does ACS Get Compensated?
Service fees for public adjusters vary by state, but usually represents a small percentage of the settled claim. Property insurance claims are complicated, and the learning curve is steep. Our service fee, usually based on a percentage of your claim, is minimal in relation to your claim settlement and is offset by the better settlement that our experts are likely to achieve—not to mention the time, hassle, and anxiety our professionals can save you.
Responsibilities To ACS Clients:
- Evaluate existing insurance policies in order to determine what coverage may be applicable to a claim
- Research, detail, and substantiate damage to buildings and contents and any additional expenses
- Determine values for settling covered damages
- Prepare, document and support the claim on behalf of the insured
- Negotiate a settlement with the insurance company on behalf of an insured
- Re-open a claim and negotiate for more money if a discrepancy is found after the claim has been settled
If your claim was denied completely, we reassess the damage to property, go through your insurance policy documents and file the re-opening of the claim once again making sure that there are no errors of any kind. We know the insurance companies procedures and are aware of the tactics used to delay, deny and underpay claims.
Contact us anytime! We will answer any questions or concerns you may have!
• A note of caution: Cash checks from your insurance company carefully. Make sure that you are not signing away any rights by cashing the check. If the check has a notation that it is ‘payment in full’ (when it isn’t) or that by cashing the check, the policyholder waives any rights, don’t cash it until you understand the consequences. It's best to contact us before you cash the check even if you're not our client!