Public Adjusters: Tragic Times & Their Role In Rebuilding

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Due to the devastation of Hurricane Harvey in Texas, as well as what is projected in Florida during Hurricane Irma’s landfall, the need for public insurance adjusters is unprecedented in these areas of the United States. Public adjusters are important to the recovery process for areas impacted by natural disasters due to their involvement in insurance claims. In cases such as Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, many adjusters are even brought in from out-of-state due to the extent of the damage.

The role of public adjusters in times of tragedy

With damages from Harvey and Irma estimated to be nearly $300 billion, insurance adjusters will be highly sought after to help resolve the number of claims that are sure to arise in the weeks and months ahead. Public insurance adjusters help settle claims of damages for people who are insured under a fire, homeowner, flood, tenant, or condominium insurance policy. The insurance adjuster is also able to help those who have sustained damages to find reputable contractors in the area for reconstruction.

If you are looking to help settle claims as a public insurance adjuster and need a license in Florida, Georgia or Texas, you must first obtain a surety bond.

Where can I find more information on these storms?

As Hurricane Irma approaches, CBS News is providing live updates of its trajectory and impacts. Although Hurricane Harvey has passed, the devastation continues to linger, and an in-depth recap of the damage may be found at the Weather Channel.

How do I get bonded as an adjuster?

Our team of surety experts are ready to help you through the process of getting your public adjuster bond. If you are a prospective public adjuster, give us a call at 1 (800) 308-4358 or visit our Florida, Georgia or Texas adjuster page, where you can buy your bond instantly.

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About the Author

Lindsey Jenkins
Lindsey Jenkins is a member of the marketing team at She writes about new legislation pertaining to the surety bond industry along with other surety bond news.