Loss Recovery, LLC Public Adjusting Services License #1799360

Experience Counts, Why Hire a Public Adjuster?
The principals at Loss Recovery have been involved in literally thousands of claims.  If you have doubts about the estimated damages assessed by your insurance company, we can provide you with our expert assessment of damages as a comparison. We will show you line-by-line what your insurance company may have left out in their initial estimate.  We will scrutinize their estimate to see if your insurance company is avoiding and neglecting their contractual obligations.  We have years of experience dealing with the intricacies of water, wind, and
flood damage. We know the details and nuances of coverage that the insurance carriers may not share with you, and we will negotiate on your behalf.
If you have an issue with a claim or feel that you are owed more than what your insurance carrier is offering to pay you, please contact us today for a free review of your claim.  No  recovery…No fee.

 

An insurance policy is meant to protect you from financial loss. You never expect to be fighting your insurance company when you are at your most vulnerable times. Claims adjusters working on behalf of insurance companies have one goal, and that is to pay out as little as possible on a claim.  Our expert damage estimates are often much higher and much more accurate than insurance company estimates. We will go toe-to-toe insurance companies because we are versed in insurance policies and procedures, and construction costs.  Your insurance company’s adjuster may have overlooked details that could significantly alter the initial estimate of damages. If damages aren’t listed in your claim, its
money lost.
 
Supplemental Claims
Can I recover damages even after accepting payment from my insurance company? In many cases, the answer is yes.  We have helped many clients recover damages long after checks were cashed from their insurance providers.  You are still entitled to damages covered under your insurance policy during the time of loss. In fact, we often re-open claims and recover damages from cases that are 5 years in the past.  If you are not satisfied with the amount you’ve been paid on a claim, you can still do something about it.  In most cases you can reopen your claim to contest an insurance settlement.If you have an issue with a claim or feel that you are owed more than what your insurance carrier is offering to pay you, please contact us today for a free review of your claim
Sheridan Office: (979) 234-2400
Port A Office: (361)339-2000
License #1799360
info@loss-recoveryllc.com