Why choose South Wind Public Adjusters Inc. (SWPA)

According to the Consumer Federation of America, insurance companies have achieved billions of dollars in record profits by systematically denying and underpaying claims. The balance of power in the insurance claim process has always been one-sided. Insurance companies decide your risk and premiums, and in the unfortunate event you do have a loss, they decide what you get paid. You don't have to settle for any claim that does not meet your satisfaction. You have the right to get a second opinion.

With most of the SWPA team comprised of former insurance company representatives, the SWPA team of licensed and bonded associates has been working in the claims industry for years, assisting policyholders in the resolution of insurance claim disputes for residential and commercial property. Our licensed and bonded experts are networked throughout the country and have been through rigorous training and have settled thousands of complex claims throughout the years. We make sure we only hire leaders in both customer service and outstanding performance results, to ensure you get your claim settled for maximum value in the least amount of time and stress.

Unmatched Expertise

South Wind Public Adjusters are experts in insurance claims administration, building construction and estimation of loss, engineering, inventory analysis, loss of use; materials true value replacement cost, and business interruption. Since the insurance company dedicates all of its resources to protecting its interests, shouldn't you have someone working equally as hard to protect yours?

What is a Public Adjuster?

Public adjusters are professionally licensed and bonded by the state. We work exclusively for the policyholder after they sustain a covered loss. We assist policyholders in all aspects of the claim process by working closely with the insured and insurance company to ensure the most equitable and prompt settlement possible. South Wind Public Adjusters provide a comprehensive service by:

  • review policy details to determine coverage
  • inspecting your loss site
  • analyzing damages
  • assembling the claim support data
  • reviewing coverage & scope of loss
  • determining current replacement cost
  • negotiations and settlement