What We Can Do If We Agree To Represent You.
Three Steps To Make It Easier For You To Decide!
STEP 1 – NO HARD SELL OR PIE IN THE SKY SETTLEMENT PROMISES
Contact us for a free, no-pressure, no-obligation consultation. We will never cold call, or appear at your door making promises that disappear as fast as they are “spoken”. We never use hard-sell tactics or quote false pie in the sky settlement projections in order to get your business, rather it’s our customers who will be pleased to speak with you about our reputation and exceptional one on one 24/7 availability because we limit our case load and never overbook clients.
STEP 2 – MEET AND GREET, INSPECT, REVIEW & CLARIFY
After your initial phone consultation, you can request a CPAC adjuster visit with you to;
(a) Put a face to our name.
(b) Inspect your damages first hand.
(c) Review your insuring agreement.
(d) Explain your contractual rights and insurance entitlements.
STEP 3 – RETAINING OUR SERVICES
If CPAC takes your claim we will dispatch time-sensitive documents that protect your rights for a full recovery. Policyholders forfeit rights when they or incompetent adjusters forget to file notices.
(a) During the first operational phase, your CPAC adjuster will schedule and attend required interviews with insurance investigators and adjusters. Policyholders often jeopardize their claims by answering misleading questions.
(b) At your request, your CPAC adjuster may schedule emergency services vendors to mitigate your property damage in accordance with your “Duties After A Loss” policy clause. At your request, we may recommend three or more emergency service vendors for service you may require.
(c) Emergency service vendors can commence their work while CPAC begins the second operational phase by investigating and documenting your property damages.
UNDERSTANDING PREVAILING INSURANCE LAWS & YOUR CONTRACTUAL RIGHTS REGARDING PUBLIC ADJUSTERS
If you decide to retain our services, your contractual obligation begins after you sign our New York State regulated public adjusters compensation agreement. By law, you have three (3) days to review and cancel a public adjuster’s agreement but we give you five days to cancel. According to regulatory statutes, you may have additional time to cancel a public adjusters’ contract, which includes but may not be limited to legal holidays. The next paragraph and web links will better explain your rights.
INSURANCE LAWS THAT PROTECT PUBLIC INTERESTS
According to New York State Insurance Laws, Codes, Rules and Regulations (11NYCRR Part 25) you have the right to terminate your contract with an incompetent public adjuster beyond New York State’s three-day regulation. Click here to see (Right to Compensation 11NYCRR Regulation 10, 25.10 (b) ).
If you believe that your insurance claims are being jeopardized, you can consult with us for advice, contact a property and casualty specialty attorney we may recommend to you, or you may contact the New York State Department of Financial Services at (212) 480-6400 or toll-free (800) 342-3736 (Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM) or, for more information regarding insurance-related complaints click here (NYS-DFS Complaints).