AJR is genuinely honored to be still included at the top of the YELP list of Public Insurance Adjusters of Phoenix, Arizona.
Heading into our 10th year here in the Valley, we have represented many claims ranging from fire, wind, water, and theft.
We found that many people needed to learn about the industry when they began their claims with their insurance company.
As they continued with the claim, as the insurance company notified the insured that they would not be paying for specific items or not as much as the insured thought, we received a phone call at AJR.
The best time to hire a public adjuster is at the beginning of the process when the claim occurs, sometimes even before reporting the claim to the insurance company.
Public Adjusters can jump in and direct the claim correctly to ensure the maximum settlement is received.
Before your subsequent claim, look at some of our testimonials from clients we have assisted with our 30 + years of experience.
With your subsequent claim, give us a call; there is no charge to speak with us to determine if we can assist with your claim.
Like YELP says, call one of the best Public Adjusters in the Phoenix, Arizona area – AJR – 602-795-5227
It is that time of year here in Arizona, monsoon season is in full swing. Natural disasters are a normal occurrence over the summertime and consumers should be on their toes.
Here is an recent article dated July 12, 2018, released by the Idaho Department of Insurance, making the public aware of unlicensed individuals who are acting as public insurance adjusters for losses from hail storms. Different state, same issue. Public needs to be aware of individuals they hire to represent them with insurance claims.
This article points out an interesting situation that everyone should be aware of.
“Public adjusters often have mutual relationships with contractors, and may even be compensated by contractors who are performing work in conjunction with damages caused by the insured loss; however, any compensation or financial interest must be disclosed by the public adjuster in writing to you as the policyholder”.
AJR has NO “kick-back” relationship with any contractor, roofer, plumber. We do not accept any money from others working on your job. Our number one goal is to maximize your settlement for you, then get paid our percentage from the policyholder. No settlement money is exchanged elsewhere regarding your claim.
It is always best to research anyone you plan to hire for representation with a covered insurance claim. Some good sites that help with research to locate licensed, reputable firms are the Better Business Bureau, The National Association of Public Insurance Adjusters, NAPIA and the Arizona Department of Insurance.
AJR Public Adjusters,
480-519-9099, Bruce Horowitz, President
AJR Public Adjuster Website