What you need to consider before hiring a public adjuster
- How long has the company been in business?
- Are they able to supply references that are relevant to both the size and type of loss you have?
- Are the references they use their actual references? Or do they belong to another firm they are affiliated with through a franchise or other agreement?
- Do they belong to National or Regional Associations in their industry? (example NAPIA – National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters)
- Do they belong to other associations relevant to the industry? (Better Business Bureau, BOMA – Building Owners & Managers Association)
- Are they licensed to do business in your Province?
- Are the people that will be involved with your claim employees of the company? Or do they hire 3rd party contractors and/or accountants?
How We Can Help
A public claims adjuster is a professional, licensed by the department of insurance. We protect the public by serving as an advocate for the policyholder against their own insurance company throughout a property damage claim 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
Hurricane Fiona slammed into eastern Canada over the weekend, leaving hundreds of thousands without power and significant property damage. NFA Public Adjusters are available to help settle commercial property insurance claims.
A recent report published by Insurance Business Canada says insurance companies have to make some improvements when it comes to how they handle a claim. Hiring a public adjusters means you'll have an insurance expert working on your side to settle your claim must faster.
Business interruption insurance claims related to Covid-19 have turned into a legal battle. NFA's public adjusting team is carefully following the court hearings.