United States Adjusters Represents You and Will Handle Your Insurance Claims

Whenever a disaster or calamity strikes, our first priority is to offer you all possible help to recover from your stressful losses. We then proceed to file your insurance claims against the property loss.

The Kinds of Insurance Claims United States Adjusters Will Handle

New Claims

When catastrophe strikes, your top priority as a homeowner is to restore your dwelling to pre-disaster condition, as quickly as you can. Filing a property damage or loss claim against your insurance company can be quite a challenge. But, with our public adjuster services for homeowners, you won’t need to do the significant work of preparing, documenting, and filing a claim. Our team of public adjusters will be your advocate. They will push for your best interests, as well as prevent common loopholes and potential delays, and ensure maximum benefits from your property damage claim. United States Adjusters will stand by your side and ensure prompt and fair settlements.

Pending Claims

It is not common that property damage and loss claims get underpaid. If you have already filed a claim and you discover damages or losses that have been left out or underpaid, United States Adjusters is here to help. Our public adjusters will reevaluate your claim for free, and only charge if we find discrepancies in your coverage amount and areas of underpayment. We will then re-document and cross-reference every aspect of your claim and identify damages or losses that have not been properly covered.

Reopen File or Supplement Claim

If your property insurance settlement doesn’t adequately compensate for your losses, the law allows you to reopen the claim and fight for the justified settlement that you deserve. The statute of limitations, or the period you may re-open a claim or file a lawsuit for underpayment from the date of loss, may vary from state to state. A supplemental claim may also apply if you did not discover the damage until sometime after the date of loss. Our experienced public adjusters can provide you with sound legal and financial advice when pursuing to re-open a claim down to doing all the work and negotiating with your insurer for you.

Underpaid Claims or Claim Denial

Underpaid claims and denials can tremendously affect your home recovery process. United States Adjusters has a team of loss experts, engineers, contractors, appraisers, geologists, and attorneys who can look into your coverage and review underpaid claims or denials. We will thoroughly investigate your claim and reassess your losses to ensure that you get the settlement that you rightfully deserve. We have the resources and skills to provide a range of appraising, adjusting, and legal services to help you coast through residential property insurance disputes. For prompt and dependable public adjuster services for residential property insurance claims, call United States Adjusters.

United States Adjusters will maximize the claim settlement amount for its clients and make the entire process of claim application hassle free.

United States Adjusters’ team knows how traumatic property damage is. Working around papers and going through a lengthy and tedious process to file for claims is even more disturbing. That’s why we offer you all the support as national public adjusters – working exclusively in the favor of insured! Once you contact us, we send our representatives to assess the total damage caused to your residential, condominium or commercial property.

​Losses caused to commercial property also impact the business and your earnings and we do take them into account. We then assist you in filing for the insurance claim. For this we require a copy of your insurance policy’s Declarations Page as this helps to determine applicable coverage for the perils that the property insured against. We then prepare a claim report on structural damage and prepare a physical personal property inventory on our claim forms. We also take into account and document any additional living expenses, loss of rent, and business income claims as per your insurance policy coverage. The total claim estimates are then forwarded to the insurance company representative for evaluation and adjustment.

As national public adjusters and insurance appraisers, we also meet your insurance company representatives to ensure that your claim is adjusted fairly and equitably, and results in an acceptable settlement to you. We have the best advocates and loss experts required to support the claim and negotiate to ultimately win the maximum claim amount for you. In keeping with our fair work policy, we always keep you informed of all ongoing settlement efforts. United States Adjusters’ clients are relieved of the stress and hardships of having to go through the claim process alone. We offer free claim advice, evaluation and audit.

United States Public Adjusters and Insurance Appraisers are Here to Help


  • Homeowners
  • Mansions or Estates
  • Rental Property Owners


  • Condominium Complex
  • Condo Unit Owners
  • Large multi unit Condominiums​


  • Places of Worship
  • Warehouses
  • Strip Centers and Malls
  • Large Commercial Buildings
  • Hotels and Motels

Business Owners

  • Retail Service
  • Businesses
  • Restaurants​

The Types of Losses Our Public Adjusters and Insurance Appraisers Can Adjust​

  • Air conditioning leaks
  • Broken pipe or leak claims
  • Dishwasher leak claims
  • Dropped object claims
  • Earthquake claims
  • Fire damage claims
  • Flood damage claims
  • Hail and roof damage claims
  • Hot water heater leaks
  • Hurricane damage claims
  • Loss by collapse claims
  • Mold damage claims
  • Natural disaster claims
  • Plumbing break or leak claims
  • Roof leak claims
  • Sinkhole claims
  • Smoke damage claims
  • Storm damage claims
  • Theft claims
  • Business interruption claims
  • Tornado damage claims
  • Vandalism claims
  • Vehicle Hitting a Building
  • Water Damage
  • Wind Damage
  • Yachts & Large Boats

FREE Claim Evaluations and Consultations for Homeowners, Business Owners or Condominium Owners/Associations

​You wouldn’t go to court without an attorney, and you shouldn’t file an insurance claim without an insurance claim adjuster.
​Contact United States Adjusters today to get the most out of your insurance claim.