Whether you are establishing rental rates, attracting tenants, showing units, developing contracts with tenants, collecting rents, preparing annual budgets, resolving tenant complaints, enforcing rules and regulations, paying bills, maintaining building systems, or responding to emergencies, your role as a property manager can be all encompassing and time consuming.
Now add the burden of an insurance claim. Do you have time to schedule inspections with tenants, meet with insurance adjusters, meet with vendors, and schedule vendors? Do you have the expertise to scope, prepare, present and adjust an insurance claim all the while navigating through complex policy language to ensure an equitable settlement?
Knowing the particulars of your insurance policy before you have a significant conversation with your insurer is an absolute necessity. Know what you are covered for, how one coverage can prompt additional undisclosed coverage, and how to present it. What you say to your insurance company’s adjuster and how it is said can make a dramatic difference in the outcome of a claim. The more you know, the better the result.
If you experience a loss, let our team of public adjusters focus on every detail of your claim so that you can dedicate your attention back to what matters to you, your business.