Not every insurance adjuster has the certifications, skills, knowledge, or technology to provide you with the best services possible. Although you may know us for our trusted public adjusting services, we offer several additional professional services for your insurance needs.
When you make a property damage insurance claim, documenting the damage is key and very important early in the claim. Not only is photographing and showing the damage important but having a 3D virtual tour of your property is essential.
In today’s technological world, what better way to present your property damage to the insurance company than with a virtual tour of your property?
Matterport 3D Camera Inspections
Conducting a Matterport 3D Camera Inspection generates a virtual experience and can be an important component to have for your insurance claim. This top-of-the-line technology offers the ability to walk through your property with the click of a mouse. As a Matterport Certified company, this technology amplifies our ability to provide the extreme attention to detail that we deliver with all our services.
Utilizing drone technology is a great opportunity to capture the current condition of the exterior of your home, roof, or commercial building. This is very helpful to prove the pre-loss condition of your property should you ever have an insurance claim, but also important to capture damages after a loss has occurred from a hurricane, wind and hail or fire.
Both pre-loss and post-loss drone inspections are important steps to documenting the condition of your property before and after a loss. Scott Scovin, one of our organization’s partners, is an FAA Licensed Drone Pilot.
Professional Services We Provide
There are several professional services we provide you with in addition to public adjusting, such as appraisal and umpire services.
When you disagree with the amount your insurance company paid for your property damage, many policies have an alternative and binding dispute resolution option known as Appraisal. This is a way to resolve differences that could arise between you and the insurance company.
When the appraisal provision of the insurance policy is invoked, the insurance company assigns their appraiser, as you will assign yours. Before meeting at the property, both appraisers must agree on a mutual umpire. The umpire that is agreed upon will assist in the resolution of your claim only if the two appraisers reach an impasse.
At Reliant Insurance Adjusters, we are equipped to conduct several services, including:
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Both Karen and Scott are certified appraisers and umpires with the Insurance Appraisal & Umpire Association (IAUA) and the Windstorm Insurance Network and have handled many appraisals and umpire assignments during our careers.
Let us be your go-to resource for all your insurance adjusting service needs. Contact us today to learn how we can best help you.
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