Pompano Beach, FL (PressExposure) May 10, 2013 -- Tensions have been on the rise and are reaching a critical stage, as the low numbers of insurance adjuster jobs have caused a significant amount of concern among Florida business owners and residents alike who have gradually lost their trust in the support provided by their insurance providers. Liberty Claims Adjusters, as well as several other public adjuster companies, however, are confident that new changes will come this year due to the new campaigns initiated in an attempt to boost the number of available insurance adjuster jobs.
In the past few years, numerous homes have suffered significant damage during the hurricane season in Florida and the rest of the United States' southeastern regions.
Many homeowners are still unable to recover from the debilitating losses, despite assurances that insurance companies have been doing everything they could to help minimize the damage by providing fair compensation.
According to Liberty Claims Adjusters, however, the prospects are not as daunting as they seem, and local Florida businesses, as well as homeowners may be surprised to find that with new public claims adjuster jobs on the rise, legal disputes with insurance providers may be less difficult to deal with during the upcoming months.
The company claims that even though the initial estimates offered to most policyholders in Florida - whether their homes were affected by hurricanes, fires, thunderstorms, wind storms or any other common, yet unpredictable weather events associated with the region - were quite low, professional public adjusters were often able to advocate better settlements, despite the low number of public claims adjuster jobs, assisting their clients to receive compensations between 500% and 2000% higher than the initial estimate presented by their insurance providers.
Despite being spread thin in recent years, due to the greater number of public claims adjuster jobs starting to be made available today, these companies hope to cover a larger area in the case of events such as major hurricanes, some of which - such as hurricanes Katrina and Sandy - have caused estimated damages of more than $70 million each in the state of Florida alone.
With their new efforts in making public claims adjuster jobs more available, companies such as Liberty Claims Adjusters hope to assist more businesses and homeowners in documenting their losses, becoming more aware of the estimated amounts required for rebuilding or repairing their damaged properties and negotiate with insurance policy providers for the purpose of obtaining better settlements for a greater number of those affected by natural catastrophes.
With a considerably higher number of public insurance adjuster jobs [http://www.libertyclaimsadjusters.com/] waiting to be filled this year, optimism is on the rise, as public adjusters expect to reach much more positive results than in the past, both in making valid and timely estimates available to their clients and providing comprehensive assistance in order to reach fair settlements in a larger number of cases, especially those involving fire, water and flood damage, wind storm damage and business interruptions.