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If you need an honest and experienced appraisal who can handle your appraisal files you are at the right place.

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What is an Insurance Claim APPRAISAL?

The Appraisal Process is also known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Basically, what it means is that if you do not agree with the amount the insurance company is paying you for your loss, you have the right to dispute that amount and proceed with the Appraisal Process. It can also be viewed as an alternative to lawsuits, since a lawyer does not need to be retained in order to proceed with this process.

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Appraisal

Water loss

Fire Loss

Wind Loss

Flood

Commercial Properties

Residential Properties

Industrial Properties

All without going to litigation, which could get expensive.

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Before The Appraisal Process Can Begin, Policyholders Can Make A Written Demand To Kickstart The Appraisal Process.

Assuming That Both Sides Agree To The Appraisal, Each Side Will Then Select An Independent Appraiser And Notify Each Other Of The Appraiser’s Identity Within 20 Days Of Receipt Of The Written Demand.

The Two Appraisers Will Then Choose An Umpire And If They Cannot Agree On An Umpire Within 15 Days That Choice Can Be Made By The Judge Of The District Court Or Judicial District. The Appraisers Will Then Proceed To Set The Amount Of Loss, Separately Stating The Actual Cash Value And Loss Of Each Item.

In short, the umpire is a third appraiser who steps in if both the homeowner’s appraiser and insurance company’s appraiser does not agree on the loss value.

How long does the insurance appraisal process take?

The Appraisal Process is also known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Basically, what it means is that if you do not agree with the amount the insurance company is paying you for your loss, you have the right to dispute that amount and proceed with the Appraisal Process. It can also be viewed as an alternative to lawsuits, since a lawyer does not need to be retained in order to proceed with this process.

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How long does the insurance appraisal process take?

If you are in a position that you have a difficult claim that needs resolution, then appraisal can save you work for your money and time.

How long does the insurance appraisal process take?

The Appraisal Process is also known as Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Basically, what it means is that if you do not agree with the amount the insurance company is paying you for your loss, you have the right to dispute that amount and proceed with the Appraisal Process. It can also be viewed as an alternative to lawsuits, since a lawyer does not need to be retained in order to proceed with this process.

In short, the umpire is a third appraiser who steps in if both the homeowner’s appraiser and insurance company’s appraiser does not agree on the loss value.

Therefore get yourself an experienced and certificated appraiser! Call us today!

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If you want to find out more, keep reading or contact us now and allow us to explain how we can help you.

Who are You?