Lifestyle Top 10 Questions To Ask a Public Adjuster Before Hiring Them for a Commercial Fire Insurance Claim

Top 10 Questions To Ask a Public Adjuster Before Hiring Them for a Commercial Fire Insurance Claim


Recently Kevin Price, Host of the nationally syndicated Price of Business Show, interviewed Scott Friedson.

The Scott Friedson Commentaries

Price and Friedson take a look at the questions everyone should ask before hiring a public adjuster.
1. Can you provide references from previous clients who had commercial fire insurance claims similar to mine?
2. What is your experience in handling commercial fire insurance claims, specifically in our industry?
3. Are you licensed and accredited as a public adjuster in our state?
4. How do you determine the value of the damage and loss in a commercial fire insurance claim?
5. What is your fee structure, and how is it calculated?
6. Will you handle all communications with the insurance company on our behalf?
7. How do you ensure a thorough and accurate documentation of the damages?
8. What is your approach to expediting the claims process for commercial fire insurance?
9. Can you explain the timeline and milestones involved in handling our commercial fire insurance claim?
10. How do you stay updated on changes in insurance policies and regulations that may impact our claim?

Insurance Claim Recovery Support (ICRS), public insurance adjusters are licensed in many states and exclusively represent Commercial, Multifamily and Property Management policyholders.  Led by Scott Friedson, he has settled over $100 Million in property damage insurance claims ….No Recovery, No Fee.

Insurance Claim Recovery Support LLC (ICRS) is led by Scott Friedson, Public Adjuster & CEO with over 20 years of experience in commercial real estate. Licensed in multiple states, the firm of Public Insurance Adjusters is dedicated to exclusively representing the interests of Commercial and Multifamily policyholders as well as management companies whose real estate assets have suffered fire, hail, wind, water, vandalism, business interruption or other storm damages. Scott retired as CEO of National Income Property LLC, a Texas based commercial real estate brokerage firm specializing in apartment complex acquisitions and dispositions after Mr. Friedson and partners sold their multifamily holdings in Houston, TX and won the Paragon Award from the National Apartment Association for Real Estate Investors of the Year 2007. Today, Scott is still an avid passive real estate investor.

Scott’s reputation as a diligent & ethical commercial real estate professional has earned the trust of some of the largest commercial property owners and management companies in the U.S. to settle complex insurance claims. He routinely manages risk and liabilities associated with property damage insurance claims and has settled over $100 Million in commercial property damage insurance claims solely on the behalf of insured policyholders. ICRS’ track record for settling claims and avoiding unnecessary litigation or appraisal is impeccable. The firm offers comprehensive property claim adjusting, estimating, forensics engineers, building consultants, damage appraisers, weather data, policy interpretation building code/ upgrade analysis, & business interruption claim documentation to support the maximum benefit in the shortest amount of time possible.


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