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When you partner with our detail oriented Upstate New York public adjusters, you’ve got decades of knowledge on your side.
We’ll review your policy, explain your rights, and provide the support, guidance, and information you need.
We’re The Property Damage Specialists
We focus on doing one thing exceptionally well. Whether it’s assisting homeowners with residential claims or helping businesses with commercial losses.
At JF Public Adjusters in Upstate New York, we deal with all manner of property damage and disaster claims EVERY.SINGLE.DAY!
We’re Focused On Maximizing Your Compensation
Our goal is to get our clients the greatest settlement amount they’re owed from their insurance agency.
Unlike most Upstate New York Public Adjusters attempting to process as many claims as quickly as possible.
What Separates JF Public Adjusters From the Other Upstate New York Public Adjusters
Not all Upstate New York Public Adjusters offer the insured
an equal level of service and quality.
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Licensed in Multiple East Coast States
We're Property Damage Specialists
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Hundreds of Happy Clients in Upstate New York
We're Big Enough To Handle Your Needs, But Small Enough To Care
EXPLORE THE TYPES OF INSURANCE CLAIMS WE ASSIST OUR Upstate NEW YORK region CLIENTS WITH
But no matter the claim type, time is of the essence, whether it’s fire, flood or another claim type, you need an ally who knows your rights and who has your interests at heart.
Someone to guide you through the recovery process.
You need JF Public Adjusters in Upstate New York, NY to help with your home or business property claim and adjustment.
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Whether you’re an individual, business owner, or if you represent a corporation, our team has you covered. Looking for more information? Explore our website or phone us for immediate assistance.
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Contact us to request a consultation that includes a full policy review and on-site survey. Partner with JF to get the results you want and the adjustment payout you deserve.
When you phone us, our professionals will discuss any property insurance claims you’re dealing with.
Whether it’s related to your home or business, they’ll advise you of your rights and provide you with documentation and information, and help you with any issues or concerns you have.
Moreover, we’ve got a team of attorneys and other professionals on call, so whether we need an attorney or another expert, our office has a team of members to get the job done
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Is a Public Adjuster?
In Upstate New York State, outside of an attorney, public adjusters (licensed by the Department of Financial Services) are the only claims adjuster legally able to represent a policyholder in any first-party insurance claim. Public adjusters work for the policyholders and not for the insurer. They work to adjust and recover insurance claims for losses impacting their clients.
What is the difference between an insurance adjuster and a public adjuster?
A public adjuster works for you, and never for the insurance company. They’ll assess and file your claim and complete a loss and repair estimate. This estimate is independent of the report completed by the “claims adjuster” employed by the insurance company. Plus, they’ll negotiate the adjustment to get you the largest payout possible.
Is it worth using a public adjuster?
If you need to make a claim with your insurance company, hiring a public adjuster is a wise decision. They’ll navigate the claim process, and handle all negotiation with the insurance companies. They’ll work to get you the largest settlement for all damages (including any homeowner or business expenses) you’ve incurred. In fact, government statistics show those working with a public adjuster received a payout 574% higher than those who did not.
What to look for in a public adjuster?
First, ensure they have a public adjuster license in your state. Visit the company’s website, phone and online reviews. Request a consultation and ask about fees. Beware of extremely low fees that sound too good to be true! For a complete guide on this topic, visit one of our client resources – How To Choose a Public Adjuster. Want to partner with a team of Expert Upstate New York City Public Adjusters, phone us for immediate assistance at (845) 286-1551. Call the #1 Public Adjuster Upstate NY, we not only meet but exceed all industry standards.
Can a public adjuster work for a contractor?
No! A Public Adjuster cannot act as a contractor on any insurance claim he is managing and vice versa. In fact, a lot of states have harsh penalties for any public adjusters also caught acting as a contractor. Steer clear of any contractor who also offers to “negotiate” your claim.
Who pays the public adjuster?
Public insurance adjusters get hired by and work on the behalf of (you) the policyholder. Your public adjuster gets paid an agreed-upon percentage of the settlement payout you receive.