- Posted by admin
- On October 12, 2018
Contractors and Public Adjusters both play a critical role when damage occurs at a home or business. However, to be compliant with state and local laws, contractors should avoid acting or claiming to be a public adjuster unless legally able to do so. Traditionally this includes discussing a policyholder’s coverage, negotiating the claim on the policyholder’s behalf, arguing about what is ‘bad faith,’ or debating over what is covered or excluded from a policy.
If you’re a contractor of any type, whether it be a roofer, plumber, mold remediator, water mitigation company, or other, C3 Group can legally negotiate the claims for the policyholders that are your clients.