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Using a Public Adjuster for Auto Claims

January 10, 2023 5:42 pm Published by

There can be a multitude of reasons that you need to file an auto claim, whether another vehicle collided with yours, you hit a pole, a tree fell on your car, a hailstorm blew through town, or a thief broke your vehicle’s window. For many types of auto claims, you should consider hiring a public adjuster!

How Public Adjusters Help with Auto Claims

Filing an insurance claim can be stressful, especially if it is your first time or you’ve experienced something traumatic like a collision, vandalism, or burglary. A public adjuster works on your behalf and can help take over the stress of submitting your claim to your auto insurance company. It can be helpful to hire a public adjuster for an auto claim if:

  • You do not have the time to handle your claim.
  • You have suffered a large loss.
  • You want another professional opinion of your claim.

What to Expect Using a Public Adjuster for Auto Claims

In the case of an auto claim, material damage from the incident will need to be assessed. An auto adjuster will compile a report to confirm the damages on the vehicle and also include their own assessment of damages. Typically, the amount of the repair and compensation for the damages are determined through inspection and your policy coverage.

Hire a public adjuster if you disagree with how your auto claim has been handled or resolved or if you have not yet gone through the claims process. The public adjuster will act on your behalf to negotiate the settlement and, if possible, help you receive a more favorable resolution.

Reliable Public Adjuster in Austin & San Antonio, TX

The best time to hire a public adjuster is at the beginning of your claim. Michael Acerra is a local public adjuster licensed in the Austin and San Antonio areas. Mike can help you through the process! Contact our office today to schedule a consultation.


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