The most recent data from the U.S. Fire Administration shows that in 2011, residential fires cost more than $283 million in damages across the nation. However, residential fires declined in the five year period between 2007-2011 by twenty percent. Declines were also seen in the number of deaths, injuries, and in economic loss.

While a decline in nation’s residential fires and associated damage is definitely a positive trend, a residential fire is certainly nothing to cheer about. If your West Palm Beach Florida home has been damaged by fire, you need a public adjuster on your side before you file a claim with your insurance company. Insurance companies are in business to make money. Part of the way they make money is by settling your claim for the least amount of money as possible. However, a public adjuster is able to use his or her experience with the insurance industry to advocate on your behalf for the maximum amount you can receive with your settlement.

Equitable Public Adjusters has more than fifty years of successfully handling insurance claims on behalf of our clients. We will prepare your documentation and help you with determining an estimate of the damage. We will then negotiate on your behalf for the best settlement available to you. What’s more — if you don’t receive the money you deserve, we won’t charge you any fees.

Without a doubt, fire damage to your home is a devastating thing. The cost of replacing your valuables can be thousands of dollars. Let us help you get the money you need to start again. For more information, contact us.

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Leonard Pisciotto, Jr. is the Owner of Equitable Public Adjusters & Appraisers, and Licensed as a Public Adjuster by the State of Florida.He has over 10 years of handling claims for one of the largest insurance companies in Florida, has Developed and managed a claims office of 20 Claim Adjusters.In addition, Mr. Pisciotto, Jr. is a Claims law graduate and Stetson University graduate.

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