What are Public Adjusters?
Public adjusters are advocates for home and business owners in the insurance claims process. They are trained to accurately interpret the insurance policy, and by so doing, represent the home owners best interest in the settlement of the claim. Many times, this representation amounts to thousands of dollars in favor of the home or business owner.
Art Latannzi, a Cherry Hill New Jersey Public Adjuster, clarifies by saying, “An insurance “Claims Adjuster” is working on behalf of the insurance company. Typically, they are looking to minimize what is being paid out. A “Public Adjuster” is working to represent and protect the rights of the home owner. There is a huge difference in the outcome of a settlement when a Public Adjuster is used.”
Public Adjuster Career
Public Adjusting is a lucrative career that can easily be worked from home. Michael Martinez, top industry trainer and owner of the largest industry specific channel on YouTube (find it by searching YouTube keyword “NJ Public Adjuster”), encourages people by saying, “The Public Adjuster Career is the best kept secret in America. There are very few careers where you can make a great income, truly help people, and do it with minimal time expenditure. That’s what makes this such a great opportunity.”
Mr. Martinez states,”The biggest task of Adjusters is to educate people on their rights. Unfortunately, most home and business owners don’t know that they can, and obviously should have someone representing their rights in cases such as these. Tragically, many don’t even know that we even exist. In fact, in 2016 over 5 million home insurance claims were placed in the US. Of those, less than 5% were represented by Public Adjusters. That tell us that most home owners were at the mercy of their insurance companies. This is what makes this such a great entrepreneurial opportunity.”
Returning to the claim placed by Maritza Roman, when she hired a Public Adjuster and the claim was reopened, she received a new settlement of over $9700. That same claim was originally settled by the insurance company for $58. A considerable difference when you have representation. That is what makes being a Public Adjuster a valuable service.