Insurance Claim Help For Contractors

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.

Why Contractors Choose C3 Group

  • Save Time

    Focus on getting new customers, not on individual claims

  • Maximize claims

    Get what is fairly and accurately owed

  • Get Paid Faster

    Our experts are so efficient, less than 10% of all our claims go to litigation

  • Stop Negotiating

    We work directly with the insurance company while keeping you in the loop

  • Improve Efficiency

    We take the headache out of the paperwork process

  • Expert & Resources

    Our resources become your resources, at no extra cost

Hear from Cory Beach, manager of Expert Exteriors in Colorado, on why he’s chosen to work with C3 Group Adjusters on property damage claims.

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Contractor Toos & Resources

Xactimate Trade Labor Defaults

The purpose of this white paper is to provide clarification regarding Retail Labor Rates that are built-in to most, if not all, removal items within Xactimate.

Parapet Wall Material & Labor Explanation

The purpose of this white paper is to explain the Xactimate line items RFGFLP, RFGFLP60P, and RFGFLPB.

Taper System Estimation

The purpose of this white paper is to provide clarification regarding the process C3 Group estimates for taper systems through Xactimate.

Colorado DORA Bulletin B-5.1

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  • On February 1, 2019
Insurers and their lobbyists have pushed through the complete elimination of B-5.1 in Colorado. This gives insurers not only ammunition to depreciate contractor’s overhead and profit but weakens the argument that it should be included on every claim, regardless of whether a general contractor is engaged or not. The proposed withdrawal of B-5.1 should not […]
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The Best Defense Is A Good Offense

  • Posted by admin
  • On January 8, 2019
We’ve talked to a lot of contractors over the years and they all tell us the same thing: they feel like insurance companies are waging war against storm restoration contractors. Aside from the usual barrage of issues regarding scope, payment and claim delays, contractors across the U.S. are feeling the aftermath of laws and legislation […]
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Class Action Lawsuit Taking Texas By Storm

  • Posted by admin
  • On December 10, 2018
You may be familiar with the class action lawsuit brought against Lon Smith Roofing that made headlines back in 2017. Contractors statewide have been patiently waiting for a verdict in the case and how it could potentially affect the more than 10,000 contractors who work with insurance companies to fix storm-damaged property. Well, the verdict […]
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