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Public Adjusters Help You Collect A Higher Payout For Your Storm Damage

Fighting for You, Not the Insurance Company.

A Florida public adjuster represents you and fights to maximize any potential payout you are entitled to from your insurance company – unlike an insurance adjuster who was hired by your insurance company, so their loyalty tends to be to those who employ them. 

By hiring a Florida Public Adjuster to handle your claim, you are working with a professional who knows how to go against giants and win

Public Adjuster inspecting property for damage claim

Comprehensive Support Post-Damage

After your home is damaged, your focus should be on recovering and restoring your property to its pre-loss condition and not dealing with pushback and hesitation from your insurance company.  

A public adjuster from our team will be with you each step of the way. The insurance company will likely try to create a scenario where they pay you as little as possible – if they pay you at all – but we deal with underpayments and claim denials often, so we know what to do if this happens during your claim process. 

As long as the damage your property sustained is listed as a covered event on your policy and you are in good standing with your insurance company, then you have a valid claim and are entitled to receive a payout for your damages. You may even be able to file for a refund for costs you incur to take reasonable actions to prevent further damage from occurring to your property. Some policies also provide compensation for temporary housing costs if your dwelling is deemed uninhabitable. 

Triumph Consulting’s licensed public adjusters provide end-to-end support, including:

  • Home Inspections: A comprehensive assessment to identify all damage present.
  • Documentation: Detailed documentation of all damage for your claim.
  • Repair Estimates: Accurate repair costs will be created to help you understand how much compensation you need to not go out of pocket. 
  • Insurance Negotiations: Direct communication with your insurance company to fight for your interests.

What are water damage signs to look for after a storm?

Recognizing these signs early can prevent further damage from occurring and help reduce the chance of mold or mildew forming. 

Water damage can present itself in any number of ways, and depending on the cause, the signs to look out for can vary. Here are some general signs to look out for:

  • Mold Growth: Indicates high moisture levels; professional remediation may be necessary.
  • Musty Smells: Often a sign of mold or dampness, even if not visibly present.
  • Peeling Paint and Wallpaper: Water compromise causes loss of adhesion.
  • Stains and Discoloration: Suggests potential leaks that need addressing.
  • Warped Floors, Walls, Ceilings: Structural integrity may be compromised due to water absorption.
  • Sudden Utility Bill Increases: Could indicate hidden leaks.
  • Under-Sink Moisture: Persistent leaks need attention to prevent damage.

If you suspect you have water damage, getting a comprehensive home inspection is essential. Call us today at 954-669-4935 and our team will rush to your property. We take highly sophisticated equipment to every inspection that is able to find damage others miss.

Risks of ignoring water damage

Ignoring water damage can lead to:

  • Health Risks: Mold and mildew can pose significant health risks.
  • Structural Damage: Unaddressed water damage can weaken structural components, leading to more severe issues later on.

Ignoring damage can also put a future damage claim at risk of a denial. Act fast if you believe you have water damage in your home to increase your chance of receiving a high payout. 

What is the MRP Program?

Do you live in Florida? Odds are you have Citizens as your homeowner’s insurance provider, and in your policy you likely have language inserted that forces you to choose between a $10,000 payout or to have Citizens manage the repair of your damage using one of their pre-approved vendors. 

The MRP, introduced by Citizens, aims to streamline and reduce the cost of repairs post-damage. While it offers convenience and speed, it limits homeowner involvement in the repair process. Triumph Consulting can help navigate these limitations, ensuring your interests are protected.

For more information on the MRP Program, you can read one of these short articles:




A Triumph Consulting Florida Public Adjuster can help you recover the compensation you need to repair your home. 

If you need help with your new claim or you have an existing claim that is being mishandled by your insurance company, contact our team today. We’re experienced in fighting insurance companies and coming out triumphant for our clients. 

Public Adjusters Help You Collect A Higher Payout For Your Storm Damage

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