How Does the Process Work?
An insurance policy is often referred to as the least-read bestseller. The technical language and complicated procedures people have to follow can make it difficult to comply with their policy’s terms.
At NFA, we consider it our primary job to help you understand the complex system you are forced to deal with.
Inspecting your loss site
Your NFA Adjuster will visit the loss site and make preliminary inspections, collect information, and assist in documenting the claim.
Evaluating the loss and estimated its value
NFA Estimators will meet with you (often numerous times) to prepare their estimates of the financial extent of your loss. The process usually includes making detailed inventory lists, taking measurements and shooting more photographs.
Preparing your claim
Your NFA Adjuster and Estimators will compile the detailed components of your loss, including scope and pricing.
Resolving issues and subsequent inspections
NFA Adjusters meet with the insurance company’s adjuster to identify and solve settlement value differences.
Final reviews with the insurance company
With your approval, NFA resolves the claim with the insurance company and you maintain control throughout the entire process.
What We Do
Free consultation at your property
Complete review of current insurance policy
Schedule meetings with your insurance company
Ensure insurance company gives you the coverage you deserve
Settle your claim much faster and for a larger amount
Hear from our clients
"This (NFA) is a very reputable company that will get the most, in terms of compensation for the loss... there is no one better in the industry that will represent the interests of their clients and get the best settlement possible."
Toronto City Councillor, Ward 17 - Davenport
"You have demonstrated to us very effectively that it is important to have expertise like yours when dealing with the insurance companies on such complex matters."
David T. Todd
Weiland Ford Sales, LTD.
"I will continue to refer your company to those who may be able to utilize your expertise and knowledge, to maintain a level playing field, in resolving losses, and to achieving a fair and equitable settlement."
"Your handling of our claim saved us considerable time and allowed us to carry on with our business rather than dealing with the insurance company."
J. Briggs, Controller