Five Star Claims Adjusting
Five Star Claims Adjusting is a public adjusting firm that handles insurance claims on behalf of residential and commercial policy holders. As one of the largest public adjusting firms in Florida, our company has handled over 16,000 claims in Florida and we have recovered over 300 million dollars in insurance proceeds on behalf of our clients. We are bonded, insured, and licensed through the Florida Department of Financial Services.
Our goal is to level the playing field and maximize the benefits under your insurance policy. We represent you, the policy holder, and not the insurance company, even though our license is very similar to the one that insurance companies carry. Insurance companies have adjusters working for them, shouldn’t you? Our interests run parallel with your needs for a just recovery. Let us fight for you and help maximize your claim. Call us now for a no-obligation inspection. No Recovery, No Fee. Find a Florida Public insurance claims adjuster today.
Licensed, bonded, and insured, we have been able to helpover 16,000 neighbors and recover over 300 million dollars. Put our expertise to work for you and receivethe peace of mind knowing you are in the hands of a professional.We complete an inspection and prepare an estimate based oncovered damages, help navigate through your policy coverages and deadlinesrequired by your insurance policy, coordinate all inspections with contractorsand insurance company adjusters, and attend mediation or appraisal if there isa dispute.
Property damage doesn’t have to be catastrophic (such as a hurricane or fire) in order to file a claim. Even small roof leaks and small plumbing issues can result in more expensive repairs than you would expect. After all, this is why you pay your insurance premium year after year. Those seemingly small issues can turn into much bigger issues down the road such as mold or more extensive damage. Property damage will not fix itself.
Claims process. As your public adjuster we will:
- Complete an inspection and a policy/claim review
- Navigate your policy coverages, requirements, and deadlines
- Photograph, sketch, and obtain all required documentation to prepare an estimate
- File your claim with the insurance company and provide them all necessary documentation
- Coordinate all inspections with any, and all, insurance company adjusters, contractors, or engineers
- Attend all mediations and appraisals should there be a dispute
Imagine what it would feel like to have to pay out of pocket for expensive repairs if the insurance company should have paid you for the damages all along. If you have a claim with your insurance company would you want to know about it?