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Have YOU Suffered

Hail Damage? 

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Hail Damage Claims

As hurricane season approaches, your property is at risk of not only being hit by a powerful storm, but also by hail, which can cause permanent damage to the structure, creating further problems in the future. It is important to have a good insurance policy that clearly states that you are covered in case hail damages your property and that you are awarded the to compensation to which you are entitled.

Carolina Claims Solutions will help you with your claim, guiding you through the process to help you receive the maximum award from your insurance company.

 

As your state-appointed public adjuster we work to collect and present all documentation necessary for your case to be discussed immediately. Can’t find your policy? Our adjusters will work together with you to get and stay organized for all your property damage claim needs.

As with all other types of damage, we advise our clients to have photos ready that document the damage caused to the property for your claim to be successful.

Contact Carolina Claims Solutions now from a FREE inspection to help you with any Hail damage!

  • What is a Public Adjuster?
    A public adjuster is a state-licensed insurance professional specializing in managing every aspect of an insurance claim on behalf of the policyholder. Unlike your insurance company’s adjuster, who works for the insurance company, a public adjuster represents you and your interests. Public adjusters are individually-licensed and work as independent contractors. 46 states in America have specific licensing requirements for public adjusters. In order to call yourself a licensed public adjuster in most states, you need to meet strict requirements. Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, South Dakota, and Wisconsin do not have regulatory schemes for public adjusters.
  • What do Public Adjusters Do?
    Generally speaking, a public adjuster manages every aspect of your claim from beginning to end. They investigate, inspect, appraise, and adjust the insurance claim. Unlike your insurance company’s adjuster, however, a public adjuster works for you. The goal is to maximize the amount of compensation you receive from your insurance company. A public adjuster will ensure your claim is handled efficiently and achieves a fair outcome. The public adjuster will also negotiate with the insurance company on your behalf.
  • What should I look for in a Public Adjuster?
    You should look for the same qualities you would look for in any other professional, which includes experience and proven performance. Your Public Adjuster must be licensed and bonded. Your chosen Public Adjuster should also utilize its own staff of adjusters, appraisers and other professionals to assist him or her in maximizing the benefits you are entitled to receive after a claim. The Public Adjuster you choose should be aware of your needs and responsive to your concerns.
  • Do I need a Public Adjuster?
    If you’ve experienced a disaster at your property, then you may be considering hiring a public adjuster. Public adjusters are licensed & bonded, experienced insurance professionals. We can help you avoid making mistakes on your insurance claim. We keep your insurance company honest. Every day we get calls from clients who were underserved by their insurance. Just last month we helped serve a family who originally received just under 6k from their insurance. After reviewing the claim and going through our process we finished with 50k for our client. It’s up to you to decide if you need a public adjuster.
  • When should I hire a Public Adjuster?
    As a general rule, you should consider hiring a public adjuster if you have an insurance dispute totaling over $10,000. If you believe your home has sustained $15,000 worth of damage after a hailstorm, for example, and your insurance company offers you a check for $5,000, then you may wish to hire a public adjuster. You should also consider hiring a public adjuster if you want to expedite the claims process, maximize your compensation, or ensure fair treatment from your insurance company. Some people hire a public adjuster simply to take a load off their back during a stressful time. During the days or weeks following a disaster, dealing with an insurance claim may be the last thing you want to do.
  • What is a Loss Adjuster, Private Adjuster, or Private Claims Adjuster?"
    A loss adjuster, private adjuster, private claims adjuster, public loss adjuster, private loss adjuster, and public insurance adjuster are all different terms for a public adjuster. These professionals work on behalf of you, the policyholder and represent your best interests.
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Fire Damage

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Wind Damage

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Vandalism Damage

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Water Damage

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Hail Damage

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Mold Damage

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Carolina Claims Solutions is a FAMILY-OWNED local company that covers cases within a two-hour radius. We strive to always deliver the best results, along with the best service for our clients. 

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