How to Pick the Right Public Adjuster
1. Be licensed in the state where the loss occurs.
2. Presents a Current Bond and free of criminal complaints.
3. Public Adjuster License has never been revoked and is current.
4. Is a member in good standing of AMPIA - call to verify Membership is current.
5. Substantial part of business is Adjusting of Insurance Claims - Not simply a contractor.
6. Demonstrates Knowledge of not only adjusting but also the appraisal process.
7. Be well-acquainted with your insurance company - its top adjusters and claims handling policies.
8. Be an accredited member with the Better Business Bureau - not simply a member but accredited.
9. Provide References of Satisfied Customers for Minimum of 10 Years.