Terminating a Public Adjuster in Florida: What You Need to Know

When you need to file an insurance claim for damage to your home or commercial property in Florida, you may want to consider hiring a public adjuster. Recent studies have shown that policyholders who use a public appraiser receive, on average, 747% more than those who process the claim themselves. However, if you decide to end your contract with a public adjuster in Florida, there are certain steps you must take. Your notice of cancellation must be in writing and sent by certified mail, requesting an acknowledgment of receipt or other form of mail crediting the public assessor to the address listed on the contract.

Noble Public Adjusting Group 107 Amar Place Suite 103 Panama City Beach (West End), FL 32413 (850) 249-MY-PA. In the past two years, significant changes have been made to the Florida Statutes that regulate the activities of public appraisers. Becoming a public appraiser in Florida is a privilege and the guidelines and rules to do so are very strict and expensive. Noble Public Adjusting Group is pleased that Florida has laws that regulate the activities of public adjusters. Below, Noble outlines the statutes of Florida public assessors relating to contact with potential customers, customers, and insurance company contact laws.