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Old 02-09-2020, 09:34 PM   #1
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Dealing With Insurance


Hey everyone. I'm new to the business and I have a couple issues butting heads with insurance I need some advice on.


I have to residential homes that I've found a substantial amount of hail damage to. Many Neighboring homes have had the roof bought by insurance from a recent hail storm.


The homes I have, the adjuster came prior to my visit and determined there is no hail damage.



I spoke with one of these homeowners and I told him to ask his insurance agent for a second inspection with me present. The adjuster than sent me an email asking for my pictures, which I provided. He then asked me to give him my estimate for damages.


What is my next step? I've been advised not to give the adjuster an estimate by another roofer. I'm not sure what the next step I should take on this is.

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Old 02-17-2020, 12:51 PM   #2
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You are going about this the right way. Just make sure you keep on the adjuster. Also have the homeowner contact his agent to see if they can get them some help with adjuster.

If all this fails the client can possibly contact a Public Adjuster to help with the claim. Just make sure they keep you in the loop. Remember the squeaky wheel gets the oil.
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