When it comes to filing an insurance claim for damage to your home or commercial property in Florida, Noble Public Adjusting Group is here to help. We are pleased that the state has laws that regulate the activities of public adjusters, and we have listed the relevant statutes below. If you visit the link included here, you can also read about the Florida statutes that affect the fees of Florida public adjusters and the rules on advertising. Over the past two years, important changes have been made to the Florida Statutes that regulate the activities of public appraisers.
A recent study shows that, when using a public appraiser, policyholders receive, on average, 747% more than they receive if they had processed the claim themselves. Being a public appraiser in Florida is a privilege, and the guidelines and rules for becoming one are very strict and expensive. At Noble Public Adjusting Group, we understand that sometimes it may be necessary to terminate a public adjuster in Florida. If you find yourself in this situation, here are some tips to help you through the process:
- Make sure you have a valid reason for firing your public adjuster. This could include not meeting deadlines, not providing adequate services, or not following through on promises.
- Be sure to provide written notice of your decision to terminate the contract.
This should include details such as the date of termination and any other relevant information.
- Be sure to follow all applicable laws and regulations when firing a public adjuster in Florida.
- Be sure to keep all records related to your decision to fire your public adjuster.