Accredited public adjusters, or trained professionals who represent your company’s interests and not that of the insurance company, are adept at decoding the technical language of your policy and the often-convoluted procedures required for claims due to fire, wind, explosion, water, vandalism and other disaster claims.
A Certified Professional Public Adjuster (CPPA) is a professional who has a minimum of five years of experience and has passed an examination to earn certification.
A Senior Professional Public Adjuster (SPPA) has a minimum of ten years experience and has passed a senior certification examination. Both CPPAs and SPPAs comply with continuing professional development education to keep up-to-date on the ever-changing insurance industry.
The types of companies who hire public adjusters to represent them by preparing, filing and adjusting insurance claims include commercial businesses, public and private institutions, professional service firms, and residential property owners.