Providing You With the Help You Need
Blackstone Loss Assessors was created simply to help homeowners. Most people have little experience dealing with insurance companies and this is reflected in their claims. Many claims are presented poorly, inaccurate and/or underestimate damage.
When you factor in people's jobs and personal lives, they simply don't have the time, energy or knowledge to make the right claim.
Insurance companies deal with customers everyday, they also have loss adjusters working on behalf of them. If you are making a claim by yourself, the odds aren't really in your favour. However, you have suffered a serious and catastrophic event, Blackstone Loss Assessors are here to fight your corner and get you the settlement you deserve.
By working with an independent insurance loss assessor the the chances of you getting a better settlement increase significantly. It is common for claims to increase around 20% to 30% when an insurance loss assessor is involved. Negotiating is another area which can take up hours of your time. A professional will draw upon their experience and thorough understanding of the claims process.
As an inexperienced person you may not have a full understanding of the damage your property has suffered. Our knowledgeable insurance loss assessors will examine every aspect of your property leaving no stone untouched. You can rely on us to do everything possible to maximise your policy entitlement.
There are a number of ways you can pay for your services. You may wish to incorporate our fee into your settlement and work on a no win, no fee basis. Alternatively you may wish to add a percentage into any amount awarded. Whatever you decide we will provide you with all the information you need in simple English, so you can make the right choice for you.
Although the terms are similar, loss adjusters and loss assessors are two separate roles. A loss adjuster works on behalf of the insurance company to investigate large and complex claims. Whilst they are independent, their work is paid for by the insurance company. They will often work with an insurance company on various other insurance claims.
A loss adjuster will investigate your claim, determine the extent of the loss and calculate the cost of the claim. They will scrutinise the fine print of your policy then advise the insurance company on what the settlement should be.
A loss assessor on the other hand will be instructed by you, the claimant. Loss assessors manage your claim from the initial assessment all the way through to completion. A loss assessor will work on your behalf and ensure that your claim is truthful and accurate.
A loss assessor will make the claims process simple, providing you with updates when they happen. They will assist with interim payments, repair work as well as cleaning your property. They will negotiate with the insurance company and help you get a fair settlement that covers your damage.